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July 23, 2007

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The cloud is willing, but some hardware is weak ;)

Paul G.

Hey Pierre,
Whether or not it works on a browser isn't the basis for the contest. Its those that claim they work on the iPhone. The contestants I mentioned all claimed they work well on the iPhone. Microsoft hasn't said a word about LiveCRM on the iPhone so it doesn't get into the mix.

Hi Don,
I'm looking forward to seeing what you've done. I've been concerned about the functionality of your offering generally, but what you've done with the technology sure looks interesting - especially the AJAX enablement. I'm going to be testing you and all of the others in the beginning of August when I return from Singapore (probably will do some in Singapore too). I'm glad to see that you're paying a lot of attention to user feedback. Good stuff.

Pierre Hulsebus

With all due respect to your CRM'ness. There is this little company in Readmond, Washington that makes a product called CRM. Might I be so bold as to ask why they are not in the mix? There are several way to have a browser based Microsoft CRM experience.

Just wondering.

Don Campbell

Hi Paul,
We've made a bunch of updates to our Etelos CRM for iPhone - including iPhone dialing, map and email integration, and AJAX tweaks to make things run faster on the AT&T EDGE network. Here is a run down of the changes with screen shots. Let me know if you have any questions or comments. I'd love to hear what you think!
http://www.etelos.com/dm/article.espx?show=12628
Take care,
-Don

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