February 24, 2008 by David
MailCurve has launched a new email service for the iPhone. The main benefit is that you can choose which senders’ emails get transferred to your device.
You will actually get all your mail to the PC, but you only choose which mails you want to receive on your iPhone. The service doesn’t require any syncing or installing software, it just sends your refined email to MailCurve account which you check on the device.
You will get a 2 week trial, after which the service is $34 for a yearly subscription. If you are interested in it check MailCurve.com
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