It's an E-Mail!
Prepare for a new arrival--Eudora e-mail is coming to cell phones.
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Before there was Microsoft Outlook or BlackBerry handhelds,there was Qualcomm's Eudora, and 7 million faithful e-mailersstill prefer its look and feel. But is it friendly enough to letyou e-mail on your cell phone? Yes, if you have the rightphone.
Verizon Wireless has introduced Eudora2go, a service based onthe Eudora interface that instantly pushes your e-mail to qualifiedGet ItNow enabled phones. At $6 a month, it's cheaper, thoughless elegant, than buying BlackBerry handsets and a MicrosoftExchange Server, points out Ken Dulaney, vice president of mobilecomputing for technology research and consulting firm GartnerInc.
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