Out of the box, Nokia offers its Mail For Exchange client, which offers the bare minimum of features with some heavy caveats with v1. Which you may then save elsewhere. In comparing the mail suite from these two heavyweight contenders, I did at times think that sticking a knitting needle through my brain might be less painful. Nor could I fetch email from multiple accounts at once with the E61i. It comfortably wins this part of the comparison, not least because of its excellent keyboard.
However, one huge practical advantage was being able to see more than one email at a time - and the device has enough stability and memory to keep these around. Microsoft and Nokia need to produce more reliable and scalable smartphone email software, but the Windows Mobile implementation was far less of a chore. The Register - Independent news, views and opinion for the tech sector. Part of Situation Publishing Join our daily or weekly newsletters, subscribe to a specific section or set News alerts.
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