Thus has added an option to improve Amstrad's home phone and email device, the [email protected]
With the new 'CopyMail' function, users will be able to choose another email address that can automatically receive copies of all messages sent or received by their [email protected]
Thus said CopyMail would improve integration between a user's [email protected] and their other email accounts by allowing them to nominate their office email account, smartphone or wireless PDA to receive copies of all correspondence.
The CopyMail function is designed around a proprietary message-forwarding rule, reconfigured for the Amstrad platform.
Amstrad's commercial director, Simon Sugar, said: "CopyMail was an idea that came to us from our own experience of using the [email protected] It is a really useful function.
"Thus listened carefully to what we wanted and designed the technology to make it happen. The reception from customers has been fantastic."
Last April Thus added the ability for two-way SMS texting between the [email protected] and mobile phones.
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