Push email for your Hotmail

New software allows Windows Live Hotmail users to push emails directly to their handset

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By  Mothanna Almobarak Published  February 17, 2009

Emoze announced a new partnership with Microsoft that allows more than 260 million Windows Live Hotmail users to have their emails pushed directly to their mobile phones.

Emoze’s Java email client needs to be downloaded on the handset, which is then configured to a user’s Windows Live Hotmail account.

It’s compatible with a wide range of mobile devices including smartphones and basic phones from Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and more.

The software, which can be downloaded directly from the Emoze site, is designed to mimic the look and feel of the Windows Live Hotmail experience on a PC. Depending on the device and carrier data plan, it’s even possible to manage contacts, personal information and calendar entries.

"We are determined to 'push' forward and continuously expand Emoze's mass-market messaging uptake," said Eitan Linker, Emoze CEO.

"Our solution is a win-win for handset vendors, operators and end users alike. The addition of Windows Live Hotmail proves once again that Emoze is not just a technology, but a lifestyle!"

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