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Have you come across a desktop app that will masquerade as an Exchange ActiveSync client?

A friend of mine mailed me today with this issue. His company will let him use virtually any mobile device to access and manage his corporate email and calendars. He typically uses an iPhone an iPad but sometimes uses a Windows Phone or Android device. He’s delighted with the capability. However, he absolutely hates using […]

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Fancy a native Outlook app on iOS for accessing Exchange?

Well this is reportedly on the way. If this is accurate, I think it will be a smart move for Microsoft. Indeed I reckon if they price it correctly, they could make a nice bit of revenue from the millions upon millions of iOS users who are (still?) using Exchange at work. Another alternative would […]

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Nokia’s Microsoft ActiveSync support for Exchange – more info

I’ve had a few emails requesting more information on the ActiveSync news announced by Nokia. There’s not that much available as yet but here’s what I’ve got via their release this evening: Nokia (NYSE: NOK) today announced that it is expanding its device range which enables Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync to all Nokia S60 3rd Edition […]

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Devices News

Perhaps my iPhone 3G’s Exchange is draining the battery?

I’m wondering if one of the primary reasons that my iPhone 3G is draining it’s battery at a shocking rate whenever it’s unplugged is due to the Exchange integration? I was delighted when I was able to configure my device with my calendar, contacts and whatnot. It just sucked down all my data and whenever […]