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Mail on the Run! Connectivity River Run Software Group
Mail on the Run! for Windows CE, Windows 95 and Newton supports the most popular LAN mail systems such as Microsoft Mail, Lotus cc:Mail, Lotus Notes Mail, and Microsoft Exchange Server. Mail on the Run! allows access to E-mail through an ordinary telephone line, a cellular network, or packet-data networks such as ARDIS and CDPD.
http://www.riverrun.com/product.htm


Product Category Company
Mail on the Run! Connectivity River Run Software Group
Mail on the Run! for Windows CE, Windows 95 and Newton supports the most popular LAN mail systems such as Microsoft Mail, Lotus cc:Mail, Lotus Notes Mail, and Microsoft Exchange Server. Mail on the Run! allows access to E-mail through an ordinary telephone line, a cellular network, or packet-data networks such as ARDIS and CDPD.
http://www.riverrun.com/product.htm


Product Category Company
Mail on the Run! Connectivity River Run Software Group
Mail on the Run! for Windows CE, Windows 95 and Newton supports the most popular LAN mail systems such as Microsoft Mail, Lotus cc:Mail, Lotus Notes Mail, and Microsoft Exchange Server. Mail on the Run! allows access to E-mail through an ordinary telephone line, a cellular network, or packet-data networks such as ARDIS and CDPD.
http://www.riverrun.com/product.htm


Product Category Company
Mail on the Run! Connectivity River Run Software Group
Mail on the Run! for Windows CE, Windows 95 and Newton supports the most popular LAN mail systems such as Microsoft Mail, Lotus cc:Mail, Lotus Notes Mail, and Microsoft Exchange Server. Mail on the Run! allows access to E-mail through an ordinary telephone line, a cellular network, or packet-data networks such as ARDIS and CDPD.
http://www.riverrun.com/product.htm


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Magic Messenger Pager Gateways River Run Software Group
Magic Messenger allows workstation users to send messages to persons carrying pagers or other mobile devices equipped with pager cards. Messages may be sent to numeric and alphanumeric pagers. Magic Messenger is available in two configurations: stand-alone and client-server. On the user desktop, Magic Messenger integrates with Windows Messaging and uses its mail metaphor by providing access to the Address Book, Inbox, and Outbox. Magic Messenger appears as an extension to the Microsoft Exchange client. Thus, the end user primarily uses the Microsoft Exchange client and the client extension to access the services provided by Magic Messenger.
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