Emoze recently announced that the Pro version of their push email client would be available free to all users. I decided to try it out and actually see if it is better than the Nokia Messaging software.
The main difference between the free and pro versions of Emoze was the multiple account support. Now that the pro version is available free, you can add multiple accounts. One thing that Emoze has over Nokia Messaging, is the addition on Facebook messages to your Inbox. A lot of people use Facebook messages almost as much as their emails, so this is a welcome addition.
Setting up Emoze is simple; once installed, go to your messaging folder, select setup Emoze, and you’re good to go. Each mailbox is set up separately in your messaging folder. HTML view is enabled by default, but images in the mail are not downloaded. Apart from that, everything is standard. You can sync your contacts, your tasks and calender entries, and as such offers a few more features compared to Nokia Messaging.
The main issue I had was that either emoze or Nokia Messaging worked, both didn’t work perfectly. Having said that, between then I managed to receive and send all my mails and manage my accounts.
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