8 Excellent Push Mail Applications for Mobile
There are multiple number of E-Mail clients that you can use for your regular inbox checking in POP or SMTP mode. While some are amazingly expensive compared to the features, some are simply outstanding in every single way even though it is free! I have compiled a complete list of the best and most excellent Nokia E-Mail clients that you can currently use on your N-Series or E-Series smartphones.
All these Nokia Push Mail clients are free for personal use and should come real handy when you have the need to be connected with your mailbox regularly (like myself). Your suggestions are most welcome and if you feel that I missed anything then feel free to let me know through the comments and I will surely add it if it is applicable.
Almost all the mobile softwares that are listed below provide attachment & images support, Spam Bam!, CC & BCC facilities, IMAP & POP functions, signature support, mark unmark features among others.
Hence, in no particular order here is a compilation of 8 excellent Nokia e-mail clients that supports Push Mail (e.g. of companies that provide push mail is Google Mail, Hotmail, Yahoo! etc and servers that supports Push Mail are more commonly the Microsoft Exchange Servers such as Outlook) services and facilities:
Nokia E-Mail Client: First and foremost the official Nokia E-Mail client is certainly one of the most user friendly application to date for any sort of e-mail management from your smartphones. It supports countless E-Mail service providers including AOL & Gmail and is a very new solution for end users. The biggest plus for this software is that it can automatically configure your service provider for your login address.
LCG ProfiMail: One of the earliest Push mail application introduced for any Nokia symbian cell phone is ProfiMail by Lonely Cat Games. Highly usable and much lightweight with attachment download capability ProfiMail also features multiple color switching GUI. However, you will have to configure Profimail manually for any email delivery unless you can get a hold of the profile settings of your email services provider. Good for us is the fact that there are numerous tutorials about how to do that over the web, just do a Google!
Google Mobile 2.0: The official Google Mail (Gmail) client is lightweight, easy to set up and an excellent application overall. It also supports a big range of devices regardless of the version of the mobile operating system. The previous version of Google Mobile did not support attachment or images however, the latest version (i.e. version 2) does. Additionally, it supports autocompletion of addresses, spam filters and the superb ‘offline mailbox’ feature. Also, just for the sake of information: it only supports Google Mail!
Windows Live Messenger & Mail (Mobile): The official Windows Live Messenger for Nokia enables you to keep connected to your Hotmail account by automatically configuring Microsoft Hotmail on your cell phone. Windows Live Messenger & Mail for Nokia additionally lets you exchange files and instant messaging through Windows Live Messenger from your cell phone. It supports both the attachments and images.
Seven Mail: Seven Mail is a purely corporate mobile email management solution in nature which is similar to BlackBerry Connect. However the personal edition lets you read your mail in a simple, easy to manage way. It also supports attachments and images beside the usual POP & Exchange servers. Also this version available in our blog will let you check emails from outside work and including those of GMAIL, Yahoo!, Microsoft Hotmail etc.
MOrange: MOrange is one of the most feature rich all in one application that supports Push Mail. It also provides features like Chat, Facebook, Orkut & other Social Activities, RSS News Readers, Multiple Personal Instant Messaging, etc) The biggest drawback of this J2ME mobile application is that it consumes much more cache memory (RAM) that you can imagine. However, it truly is a fine, all in one Nokia application.
E-Moze: Slowly but surely E-Moze have gained popularity and so it should. It is similar to System Seven Mail in terms of features but consumes much less memory. However, E-Moze requires you to have a live (running) server and might not be the proper solution for individuals with business E-mail requirements. The premium version however is quite damn good and supports it all.
Mail for Exchange: A newly launched, hassle free push mail client for almost all Nokia S60 9.1, 9,2 etc symbian cell phones. It uses the powerful ActiveSync technology for mail box synchronization on mobile and over the web. It supports all the standard features and uses much less memory than some other similar mobile email clients.
All the above mentioned Nokia softwares supports 3rd edition and 5th edition Nokia Symbian smartphones of Series S60. Nokia N-Series & E-Series cell phones are supported and eg. includes Nokia N91, N93, N92, N95, N95 8gb, N96, N97, 5800, 5500, E71, 5700 Xpress Music, N70, E51, E70, E90, E65, E66, E75, E61, E60, E62, E50, E51, N81, N82, N85, N80, N85, N77, N73, 6290, 6120 classic, E70, 6121, 6220 classic, 6221, etc. and more.