1&1 Provides Professional E-Mail for iPhone 3G

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<p><strong>Philadelphia &mdash; July 11</strong><br />1&1 Internet Inc. announced support for Apple&#39;s new iPhone 3G with its professional e-mail solution, 1&1 Microsoft Exchange. iPhone users can now enjoy access to their e-mails, appointments and contacts, anytime and anywhere. </p><p>A push service guarantees that all data is synchronized in real time. After updating to the new iPhone 2.0 software, users of the original iPhones can also utilize 1&1&#39;s professional communications suite. <br /><br />1&1 Microsoft Exchange is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution based upon Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.<br /><br />”Particularly for small enterprises, 1&1 Microsoft Exchange is a genuine alternative to a dedicated server, and at a fraction of the cost,” said 1&1 CEO Oliver Mauss. “The iPhone, with its outstanding user concept, has gained many excited followers across the world in a short time. We are very glad that all features of 1&1 Microsoft Exchange are now available on this innovative device.”<br /><br />1&1 Microsoft Exchange is available from $6.99 per month. The package features an impressive 1 GB Exchange account, group functionality tools, such as public calendars, contacts, discussions and task management. </p><p>Users also receive a free license for Microsoft Outlook 2007 software. E-mail addresses from other providers (e.g. from an existing Web-hosting package) can also be used with 1&1 Microsoft Exchange and the new iPhone software.<br /><br />1&1 Microsoft Exchange is attractive for mobile workers who wish to acquire an iPhone as an additional mobile device. 1&1&#39;s Exchange accounts can also be synchronized with Windows Mobile smart phones. <br /><br />1&1 e-mail solutions are hosted within 1&1&#39;s high-security data centers. 1&1 takes care of security updates and backups, reducing the total cost of ownership for the service to a minimum. </p><p>Users connect to their Microsoft Exchange account via encrypted SSL connections, ensuring secure access to personal data from any Internet-connected computer worldwide. If Microsoft Exchange is not available, users can also access their data via the easy-to-use Outlook Web Access interface that is available with any browser.<br /></p>

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