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Installing Ovi From Nokia

After hearing that Microsoft may be releasing a version of Apple’s Mobile Me for Windows Mobile and some non-windows mobile devices next month I decided to check out what Nokia had on offer first. On paper their current service list looks quite impressive. Email, contacts, calendar, file sync from your mobile device to the cloud, Nokia Services, and some sort of PC Suite, more details after I install it and get to play with it for a while. I’m currently using an N96 and have the new Nokia Messaging email client setup. While not perfect it is an excellent offering and one no S60 owner should be without.

I’ve used the calendar and contact sync to connect to the cloud and everything uploaded without a hitch. Now I want to see if I can tie the Ovi PC Suite into MS Outlook with Outlook connector. If I can then Nokia really have managed to offer virtually the perfect all round solution. Head over to www.ovi.com for a look.

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