Consilient Launches Free Push Email For Mobile Phones

Posted: Apr 4 2007, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:24am CDT, in News | Technology News

Consilient Launches Free Push Email for Mobile Phones
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Consilient announced a free (basic, up to 5 accounts) version of their mobile email application, Consilient Push for mobile phones

The service features multi-account access, giving users a single application for retrieving up to five different mail accounts on mobile phones. The Push service also includes photo attaching and saving with color-coding for easy identification of multiple accounts.

The Push application runs on any GPRS network and delivers reliable, push email in real-time. The application supports some CDMA networks including Sprint, Verizon and Dobson in the U.S. and Aliant and Telus in Canada.

Consilient Push Features:
Push-based technology: no polling or configuring required
5 Email account access: personal and corporate in a single application
Yahoo!, Hotmail, AOL Email & Gmail – Plus POP3 and IMAP4 access
Photo attaching, saving, sending, receiving
Phone “lock and wipe clean” if lost or stolen
Personal signatures
Color coding: easy to move in and out of accounts
Attachment support: MS Word, PDF, Excel
Easy to set up: download sent via SMS
Secure – 128 bit encryption
* requires data plan

How to get Push:
· Sign up at
· SMS is sent to mobile phone
· Click on link in SMS – accept “yes” to allow application to run on network

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