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Ready for Exchange Email on your 3G iPhone with DNAmail?

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LOS ANGELES, CA, JULY 15TH, 2008 – announced today that it will support the iPhone 3G from Apple. As a premier provider of email hosting services, DNAmail helps small and mid-sized businesses and organizations harness the power of web-based mail and messaging tools like Microsoft Exchange 2007 and Blackberry Enterprise Services.

“With support for the iPhone 3G, DNAmail is a boon to businesses that have been waiting to migrate and outsource their email to Exchange 2007. Now, companies can get built-in support for their iPhone 3G and Blackberry services—all from one vendor,” said George Mitsopoulos, VP and General Manager of DNAmail.

The iPhone 3G contains new enterprise features within its 2.0 software, including Microsoft ActiveSync. This service allows over-the-air push email, contact and calendar syncing, and Cisco VPN for encrypted access to corporate networks.

“Using built-in Exchange support, iPhone 3G users can now find contacts in their company directories or on a Global Address List—no matter where they are,” added Mitsopoulos.

With the DNAmail Exchange service, each action performed on the iPhone is also pushed and synchronized over the air using 128-bit encryption. And with its advanced ActiveSync security, Exchange administrators can remote wipe an iPhone if it’s lost or stolen—protecting sensitive company data.

“IKANO is excited to support our newest service DNAmail. On-the-go business people will enhance their productivity with the new 2.0 ActiveSync technology,” said George Naspo, CEO, IKANO Communications Inc., parent company of DNAmail. “And IT administrators will be able to outsource their mail services and rest easy, knowing DNAmail has guaranteed uptime and outstanding customer support.”

Visit DNAmail at HostingCon 2008 (Booth #322), July 28-30 in Chicago. To find out more about how DNAmail can help your organization evolve, call Bonnie Bird at 818.435.1107 or visit

About DNAmail
DNAmail provides Microsoft Exchange 2007 email technology to enhance business collaboration and productivity. Connecting employees to a secure, central area for messaging, calendaring, and contacts, DNAmail gives businesses the freedom to easily work between multiple office locations and across multiple mobile devices.

With IT professionals who specialize in maintaining guaranteed uptime, spam filtering, virus protection, security and reliability of communication services, DNAmail delivers enterprise-quality e-mail hosting at a fraction of the cost. Plans start at $9.95 a month, with a 30-day free trial.

DNAmail is a Blackberry Alliance Member, Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, and Google Apps Aggregator.

IKANO, founded in 1999, is a provider of IP solutions including Internet access, billing, customer support, hosting, portal, and email services. IKANO makes it easy for service providers to maintain a unique brand while eliminating the hassle of maintaining network contracts, servers, and call centers. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, the company has offices in Los Angeles, Seattle, and Toronto and offers services in the United States and Canada. IKANO is backed by leading industry investors, including Insight Venture Partners. Companies interested in learning more about IKANO should contact [email protected], or call 877.492.0121. For more information, visit

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