Initially introduced by Nokia as Mail on Ovi, Ovi Mail has now reached version 2.0, coming with several new features, as well as with support for a new language: Arabic (the Ovi Mail UI had to be changed for this, since Arabic is a right-to-left language).
With Ovi Mail 2.0, your mail contacts can be merged with Ovi Contacts into a single list that allows you to view, delete, edit and create contacts.
Moreover, you can now sync your phone’s phonebook with Ovi Mail and Ovi Contacts (apparently, this is a feature that many users wanted).
You can use Ovi Mail 2.0 both on your phone and on a desktop PC.
If you don’t have Ovi Mail on your Nokia phone you can sign up for an account here.
Via the Nokia Beta Labs blog
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