Nokia recently announced the release of its Messaging application that allows the user of the brand’s mobile phones to access most popular email accounts and IM services. There’s also a downside to the whole story, the fact that support for HTML messages was not implemented, but it’ll be there in the next release.


You can download Nokia Messaging from here.


The application supports multiple mailboxes, automatic email delivery, IMAP folders and it’s optimized for mobile email. Nokia Messaging supports up to 10 email addresses, allows flagged messages to become starred messages automatically in Gmail and it also goes easy on your handset’s battery.

Another important feature of the app is the intuitive inbox navigation, accompanied by support more Nokia S60 phones and support for Google Apps hosted email addresses.

[via Symbian Freak]

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