MobileSearch for Pocket PC - Desktop search is emerging as a powerful productivity tool. Too bad that the instant a user moves away from their desktop, the productivity stops.
Well not anymore.
With MobileSearch from L3Solutions, you have instant access to Coveo or Copernic Desktop Search results from internet-enabled mobile devices. Search emails, attachments, file documents, images, and more. Retrieve text summaries or the complete documents, and then view the results on the mobile device.
MobileSearch integrates mobile devices with Copernic Desktop Search and the Coveo Desktop Search Engine, available free. L3 is proud to be partnered with Coveo in extending search to yet another dimension. MobileSearch Enterprise Edition works with Coveo Enterprise to deliver even more power and control (coming soon)
MobileSearch was designed with safety and security as THE top priority. MobileSearch makes it extraordinarily easy for users to retrieve useful information, and extraordinarily hard for anyone else. Multiple layers of security keep your data safe.
MobileSearch is available as a low cost subscription service, at just 4.99 per month (14.95 per quarter).
Mobilizes Desktop Search, so your desktop becomes an extended file storage device for your handheld!
Search, Retrieve & View emails, files, images
Supports Copernic and Coveo Search Engines
Powerful Enterprise Edition coming soon
Free Desktop Search Engine (see installation manual for details)
Free MobileSearch client and Windows adapter software (see installation manual for details)
Full Internet data service, MobileSearch renewable subscription, and Windows PC required
Download a free compatible Desktop Search Engine at Copernic.com.
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Supported operating systems:
Pocket PC 2002, Windows Mobile 2003, Windows Mobile 2003 Smartphone
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