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Important SnapperMail Update

Wed Sep 15, 2004 - 11:52 PM EDT - By Michael Ducker

From the forums, as posted by the developer:

"We've just posted an incremental update. I fixes a the (Delete = Junk big in non-Enterprise versions of Snapper 2) and includes some optimizations for IMAP accounts. Our beta team averaged 12 times faster syncing with an IMAP folder.

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Registered users:

The SnapperMail Product blurb, for those who are unaware of this very powerful and complex product:

SnapperMail is wireless email made simple. It breaks new ground in wireless email by shoehorning desktop-class email power onto your smartphone/PDA. Access your email wirelessly, anytime, anywhere with this stunningly easy to use application. Try it today and see why SnapperMail - backed by years of mobile email research and real-world usability testing - delivers a user experience second to none. SnapperMail supports SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, and SSL. SnapperMail comes in 4 Editions, Lite, Standard, Premier, and Enterprise and includes a starter pack of attachment viewing applications. Enterprise and Premier Editions include SplashPhoto4 the top sellng image viewer for your Treo.

Of course, if $60 email applications are not your fancy, many TreoCentral users are finding great success with Marc Blank's Chatter Email, found and discussed in our Developers Forums.

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