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Seems like Nokia realised that many users are not clear on the direction and the app availability for email, social network and messaging on Nokia devices.

That’s why the company launches a new portal that features all the messaging options and ambitions.

The portal is divided into 3 main sections: Email, Instant Messaging and Social Networking.

Each section tells users what they can do on their phone in messaging and how it helps them to communicate better.

Once the user has selected the device, the graphic changes to match messaging options for the selected model.

Here’s a video overview of Nokia Messaging.

Check out the new Messaging site now!

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New buzz in town! Microsoft and Nokia, one worldwide software leader and one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer have announced yesterday that they will be working together to deliver a groundbreaking, enterprise-grade solution for mobile productivity.

Under this alliance agreement, the two companies will collaborate on the design, development and marketing of productivity solutions for the mobile professionals. This will bring Microsoft’s popular Office Mobile into Nokia devices, especially the Eseries.


Microsoft Business Division President Stephen Elop and Nokia’s Executive Vice President for Devices Kai Öistämö announces the agreement, outlining a shared vision for the future of mobile productivity.

Some of the tangible benefits or features that users will get from this collaboration are:

• The ability to view, edit, create and share Office documents on more devices in more places with mobile-optimized versions of Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft OneNote
• Enterprise instant messaging and presence, and optimized conferencing and collaboration experience with Microsoft Office Communicator Mobile
• Mobile access to intranet and extranet portals built on Microsoft SharePoint Server
• Enterprise device management with Microsoft System Center

What do you think about this alliance between Microsoft and Nokia? Let us know by leaving a comment.

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I was at the Nokia E75 Bloggers Email Night yesterday at Saffron, Solaris Mont Kiara. At the event they previewed and shared with us some info on Nokia’s moves in email and messaging.

One of the speakers were Mr. Bambos Kaisharis, Marketing Manager for Nokia Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. He engaged us with questions about emails, how emails have evolved and explained why we should funnel all our emails into one medium etc…

He also explains why the E75 is the perfect device for messaging and email as it not only spots a full qwerty keyboard, but also a full fledged Nokia Messaging software that pushes our personal and corporate emails into the device so that we can check them wherever we are.

We then got the chance to play with the E75 and tried setting up the email accounts on the device.

Mr. Glenn Cha, product manager for Nokia Malaysia explains more on how the messaging system works on the device while showing us real life implementations of the service.

A photo of some of our Nokia phones together with the E75. The Nokia E75 is out in the market now and the price is around RM1.9k RRP.

Check out this video I recorded yesterday at the event.

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