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Nokia Releases Beta 3 Email Service

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Nokia Releases Beta 3 Email ServiceThe Nokia Email Service has been around for some time. Also, it has been in beta version for a considerable period, but now, as it turns out, we’re one beta closer to alpha. Should you happen to be interested in beta or pre-beta application testing, then this will come as good news to you. Today, Nokia released the Beta 3 version of the Nokia Email Service, bringing new goodies for all.

Beta 3 will include at least two features that have suffered significant improvement, meaning, better mailbox management and true synchronization, which translates into that, starting today, you will no longer have to deal with emails that re-appear at random despite the fact that you’re sure you have deleted them. The new version also adds support for multiple email addresses, so users will be able now to alternate personal emails and still have the address they use for newsletters working on their device. Beta 3 also comes with a wider range of device support and more localization options.

Just like before, the beta trial of Nokia Email service is free, so anyone using it won’t have to worry about costs until the trial period comes to an end, when they will be notified by email. So, if you ever wanted to take part in beta-testing, or if you already are a beta-tester, here's your chance to play with Nokia's Email service for free starting today. All you have to do in order to try out Beta 3 is to go online and access email.nokia.com, and then download the latest Beta 3 of Nokia Email Service.

The only question still left pending is for how long Nokia will continue to release betas for the Nokia Email service, since this has already been a long waiting and most users would like to get the first alpha version available as soon as possible – or even sooner than that. Considering that Beta 3 is finally out, it might just be that the waiting ahead is not that long, but whether this is the case or not only time will tell.

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