Outlook Express Synchronization to Cellphone Phonebooks With SnapSync(TM) Software

Millions of Users With Outlook Express Pre-Loaded on Their PCs Can Now Enjoy Synchronizing Their Contacts With Their Cellphones With the Latest Version of FutureDial’s SnapSync(TM) Software.
If you are one of the many users who have Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x or 5.x, Microsoft Windows 98, Millennium Edition (Me) or the Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system, you probably have the email client Outlook Express pre-loaded on your PC. Outlook Express is designed for home users who gain access to their e-mail messages by dialing into an Internet service provider (ISP).
Now, MS Outlook Express users can synchronize the contact information they keep in Outlook Express with the phonebooks on their cellphones.
“Business professionals using Outlook are not the only group of cellular phone users needing to avoid hand-pecking contacts into their phones,” notes Christopher Waldo, VP of Sales and Marketing at FutureDial. “All cellphone users need a better way to input contacts into their phone and SnapSync(TM) is the perfect solution.”
FutureDial’s SnapSync(TM) Software is for cellphone users who want to manage their own cellphone phonebook information on a continual basis. SnapSync(TM) is a PC-based software program that allows cellphone users to synchronize and edit contact information from Outlook Express or MS Outlook directly on the PC, and then transfer that data to a mobile phone. This eliminates the hassle of manually inputting contact names and other phonebook information using the mobile phone’s small keypad.
SnapSync(TM) also keeps a backup copy of important phonebook information, so if the cellphone is ever lost, stolen or damaged, the phonebook information can be easily restored from the PC to a new cellphone later. The SnapSync(TM) Software CD is universally compatible with over 169 popular mobile phones of Sprint PCS, Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, Cingular Wireless and T-Mobile. The software retails for $29.99 and can be purchased at RadioShack, CompUSA, MicroCenter, Fry’s Electronics and Ultimate Electronics stores nationwide, or online at the FutureDial website (www.futuredial.com).