(SEATTLE) — OCENS has announced the release of Version 2 of its patent-pending satellite email service OneMail. Version 2 extends OneMail compatibility to Exchange-based email users as well as the myriad of IMAP services such as Yahoo, AOL, icloud, Hotmail, and many others.
The creativity of OneMail allows its users to continue to use their personal email service when in remote areas away from home or office or wherever they encounter conditions where bandwidth is limited or expensive. Version 1 of OneMail launched with Gmail compatibility. Version 2’s introduction of Exchange access not only adds the second-largest family of global mail users, it also extends the reach of OneMail deeply into the business world. Furthermore, with the incorporation of a holistic IMAP compatibility, more than 90 percent of the world’s email users can now seamlessly and safely use their home or work address when they venture to locations where they depend upon satellite or other low bandwidth or expensive connections.
OneMail is available for iOS and Android. It enables email creation and review and email transfer with or without attachments. Picture transmission is accomplished at high levels of fidelity and small file sizes.
OneMail works as a stand-alone with the Iridium GO!, the Globalstar SatFi, and a wide range of broadband and semi-broadband terminals from Inmarsat. Additionally, the OCENS Sidekick satellite Wi-Fi router facilitates OneMail access to any Iridium, Inmarsat or Globalstar handheld phone or MSAT terminal. The service is available for a nominal flat monthly charge or discounted annual fee. Reseller programs are available.
For more information, visit www.ocens.com/onemail.