IM+ for Microsoft LCS (S60 1st Edition) - With IM+ for LCS you can communicate from mobile devices as easy as you do with desktop clients. As a native desktop application from Microsoft in addition to LCS messenger IM+ supports connection to public MSN.
IM+ for LCS includes advanced features that make it ideal for both enterprises and individual use.
For enterprises IM+ for LCS is a secure mobile instant messaging solution. Special gateway can be installed within company's network.
get in touch with colleagues and clients even faster then with desktop software;
install server in your network and exchange messages securely between mobile phones and your corporate network;
reduce cost of employees communications - cents for a time, thousands per year;
simple installaiton and no needs in additional administration.
For individuals IM+ for LCS is simple and effective way to connect to company's IM network. In this case it is provided as a stand-alone wireless messaging product.
stay connected with your collegues when you're out of office;
use the same accounts for mobile and PCs - connect to enterprise server from any location;
no cost per message, only standard payment for wireless data transfer.
· LCS Instant Messaging;
· MSN Instant Messaging;
· Simultaneous connection to MSN and LCS;
· Contact list information is stored on respective servers;
· Encryption of LCS traffic;
· Authorization for presence status subscription;
· Contact List management functions, including facilities to add a new contact and to delete a contact;
· Sound alert for incoming messages;
· Full emoticons support;
· Message History;
· Support of all European character encodings in messages;
· Copy'n'paste support.
· 14-day trial
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Supported operating systems:
S60 1st Edition
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