The service will be available in lots of countries, starting with: Finland, Germany, UK, the Netherlands, Spain, Singapore, Australia and Venezuela.
However, until the commercial version of the service reaches your country, you can still use the free version.
There are lots of new things in the new Nokia Messaging, most of them coming following user feedback.
The novelties include:
Support for more S60 handsets
Support for up to ten email addresses
Yahoo! Mail support
Support for subfolders on IMAP email accounts
Support for Google Apps hosted email
The inbox opens faster
Enhanced inbox navigation
Sent emails are synced to your webmail’s sent folder
Another application that just got out of beta is Nokia Communication Center 2.0, which can be downloaded as part of Nokia PC Suite from here.
Via Nokia Beta Labs
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