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Mobile Office for Symbian devices released

 Odendahl SEPT-Solutions is delighted to announce the release of its newest Symbian application "Mobile Office". It is the first and only implementation of the Opendocument format for Symbian as well as any other mobile platform. With MobileOffice, you can now read (and later on edit and create) your files also on your smartphone and have them always with you.

The OpenDocument format is also used by other well known dektop applications such as OpenOffice, StarOffice and KOffice. With Mobile Office, you can read those files on the road without the need to convert them to other formats as well as compromising on formatting and ODF features.

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Other version for S60 2nd Edition, Series80 and UIQ will follow in the future.
Great... last year symbian s60 devices had huge popularity... these days everyone wants to own a windows mobile or a blackberry.. RIM also announced a new mobile application which will convert any windows mobile to a blackberry. A non-BlackBerry device would then be able to connect with BlackBerry servers for e-mail, calendar, address book and other applications written for the platform by RIM and third-party developers.

The mobile application, due in the fall, is designed to extend BlackBerry’s dominance by offering an option to individuals who may not want to switch devices to get the service. Focus Areas: BPEL | DITA | ebXML | IDtrust | OpenDocument | SAML | UBL | UDDI
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