Now, Evomail has lifted the lid on EvoCloud, a new backend for the service that replaces its standard server. With its own proprietary cloud-based system in place, the company says it’s now looking to do things “no one else can do”.
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In real terms, it sets Evomail up to support Microsoft Exchange and iOS7 in the coming months, while it recently improved its push notifications too. Throw into the mix auto-saving to Dropbox and general speed improvements, then this should go some way towards helping Evomail gain critical mindshare in what is a busy space.
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