Zimbra Web e-mail goes mobile

Yahoo subsidiary releases e-mail client that can get mail and calendar information from Java-enabled phones, including those from Nokia, RIM's BlackBerry, and the iPhone.

Zimbra Thursday released a version of its Web e-mail client that works on Java-enabled mobile phones and Apple's iPhone.

Zimbra e-mail client on BlackBerry, iPhone, and Nokia handset Zimbra

With the release, the company, a division of Yahoo, released the source code for the product, called ZimbraME (Java Mobile Edition).

People can also use the software with a commercially-supported version of the Zimbra Collaboration Suite 5.0, which the company released earlier this year .

With Java-enabled phones, people can use the downloadable software to get e-mail or access Zimbra's calendar.

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Martin LaMonica is a senior writer covering green tech and cutting-edge technologies. He joined CNET in 2002 to cover enterprise IT and Web development and was previously executive editor of IT publication InfoWorld.

 

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