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Nokia Messaging Supports HTML | Make The Change!

The most useful application out there for Nokia mobile phones is Nokia Messaging, the best way to use E-Mail ever on a mobile phone. Amazingly, not everyone knows what Nokia Messaging is; so here goes a brief explanation.

The native email client on Nokia smartphone is not up to par, it is really useless in fact. You can’t see the many folders all email accounts have, for example: Bin, Sent Mail, All Mail and customized folders if you have. But most important is not the folders issue, is the HTML issue; the native client did not support HTML email. So as this native email client got older and worser Nokia launched Nokia Messaging. A client that can be easily compared to any desktop client such as Outlook, Entourage and more.

Nokia Messaging is not new, it has been around for a long time now. But it was until this week that the client got full HTML support, and it is the most amazing feature we have seen in a long time. ┬áThe client is also more ”mature”, it has been tested for a long time and the current version works very well.

So we encourage you to make the complete change! Just install Nokia Messaging by following this link: NokiaMessaging and forget about the old email client that is built into your phone!

Tip: If you have an N97 the widget integration is a bit hidden, just long press the email widget and select ”settings” then just select the other email account, not the one you are already using.

Compatible With: Nokia 5320, Nokia 5630, Nokia 5800, Nokia 6210, Nokia 6220, Nokia E51, Nokia E61, Nokia E61i, Nokia E63, Nokia E65, Nokia E66, Nkia E71, Nokia E75, Nokia E90, Nokia N73, Nokia N78, Nokia N79, Nokia N82, Nokia N85, Nokia N86, Nokia N95, Nokia N95 8GB, Nokia N96 and Nokia N97

  • david

    the only thing that sucks is that nokia still did not integrate this superb app with their own system.
    if u try to send your files through the file browser (call button – send via) there is no email option. You still have to create your mailbox in the original email client.
    i think is more human to find a file->via email -> choose contact-> send
    than open email app ->create new message->choose contact-> attach file->find the file->send

    • edward

      I just confirmed that, and I have a ”Sennd to Nokia Messaging Email” option in every menu to send docs, pics, vids and all.

  • david

    i dont have any option to send via email from the file manager, or from gallery.
    using e71 and e90

  • cbrines

    “Desktop-class?” Uh, I would expect a “desktop-class” mail application to sync back more than three days of email and actually be reliable.

    Nokia Messaging is anything but, “Desktop class” software.