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August 16, 2009

Kerio expands smartphone support for mobile email

Delivers cross-platform messaging and collaboration for SMBs

By CBR Staff Writer

Kerio Technologies has expanded mobile smartphone support in Kerio MailServer. The company has claimed that Kerio MailServer delivers cross-platform messaging and collaboration and is designed for the SMB market.

The company’s messaging product reportedly provides wireless push e-mail, calendars, and contacts at low total cost of ownership for small business customers. The latest release of Kerio MailServer delivers additional mobile device support for Apple iPhone 3.0 software, and RoadSync 4.0 client for the latest Nokia smartphones, as well as NotifySync and AstraSync clients for BlackBerry.

The company said that Kerio MailServer allows iPhone users with iPhone 3.0 software to access email with server side search for emails and has direct push notification for any email folder on the iPhone. Kerio supports RoadSync 4.0, which synchronises data using ActiveSync and supports HTML email. RoadSync 4.0 runs on Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Palm, Motorola, LG, and Samsung.

John Kirsch, director of business development for Valiant Technologies, Kerio certified partner based in New York, said: We have had incredible success in integrating Kerio MailServer in terms of syncing our mixed iPhone and Windows Mobile clients. The ability of Kerio MailServer to seamlessly integrate its messaging and synchronise email, calendars, and contacts to various devices has made it a compelling solution, as we are seeing more and more companies give employees the option of which mobile device they prefer.

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Kerio MailServer 6.7 runs on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems including Debian and Ubuntu and starts at $499 for ten users or $599 for ten users with integrated McAfee Anti-Virus.

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