MyMail is available in two versions, a consumer version for small organizations, remote users or satellite offices and the Enterprise Server for 5 to 25 users.
“Users access their information by installing a small application onto their desktop PC. As long as the PC is left on and connected to the corporate infrastructure, this application will “redirect” in real-time, all e-mail, calendar and contacts to the wireless device.” Said Suzanne Panoplos Media Representitive at Visto Corporations.
Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Domino users will receive synchronization for email as well as real-time calendar and contacts information.
There are many desktop forwarding tools and applications on the market, MyMail is different. Sanjay Kamble, VP of Marketing, told MobileMag in an interview last week, “MyMail is not a forwarding application, it integrates with MAPI creating real-time synchronization with the users desktop and wireless device simultaneously.”
Visto Mobile’s MyMail is available immediately from Rogers Wireless for the palmOne Treo 650, 600 and Audiovox SMT5600. Visto Enterprise server, capable of supporting 5 to 25 users will sell for $1999. Rogers is offering the server for free until August 31, 2005.