Nokia has updated its email offering for the masses - Ovi Mail - with new upgrades. Ovi Mail now includes support for 3 more languages - Latin American Spanish, Vietnamese and Italian - bringing the total number of languages supported to 14, but with many more to come. Here is more info:
"Languages supported are Italian, Vietnamese, Latin America Spanish, (UK) English, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Bengali, French, German, Hindi, Tagalog, Portugese (Brazil), Portugese (Portugal), Spanish
Other new features to Ovi Mail include a larger compose space for emails; auto-check for new messages; auto-expansion of the CC and BCC fields when multiple recipients are being entered; and new instructions on Nokia devices which provide step-by-step guidance on setting up and using Ovi Mail.
Designed especially for consumers in emerging markets who may face difficulty getting access to a PC, Ovi Mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) can be set up and used directly on a Nokia device ? thus giving them a digital identity. Today, more than 40 Nokia (Series 40) devices support Ovi Mail, and in more than 170 countries around the world. In just over five months since Ovi Mail went public on 22 December 2008, more than 350,000 Ovi Mail accounts have been created, with more than 85 percent of the accounts being created directly on the Nokia device.
To set up your own Ovi Mail account in just a few easy steps, go to the email setup wizard on your Nokia (Series 40) phone, or visit http://mail.ovi.com "