Symbian Licenses Microsoft Sync
Mar 22, 2005, 1:14 PM by (staff)
Symbian has licensed Exchange ActiveSync technology from Microsoft. The software allows users to sync mail, contacts and calendars directly with an Exchange server (running Exchange Titanium or later) over an internet connection instead of having to connect to a PC. Licensing the software gives any Symbian licensee the opportunity to include Microsoft-friendly syncing in their device. PalmOne has individually licensed Exchange ActiveSync for the Treo, however PalmSource has not licensed it for all Palm OS manufacturers.
Gmail for Android Gains Microsoft Exchange Support
Google today said the global Android Gmail app is set to add support for Microsoft Exchange. "Whether you're on Google Apps or Exchange, you can use the Gmail app on any Android device to send and receive mail," said Google in a blog post.
Outlook Web App for Android Available to Limited Phones
Microsoft today followed through on a promise it made earlier this year to deliver an Android version of its Outlook Web App. Outlook Web App is an email application that offers all the features and functionality of Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync technology.
Gmail Bolstered with Exchange Tasks
Google today made its Gmail application for Android devices more useful to those who use Microsoft Exchange services. The latest version of Gmail adds support for Exchange tasks.
BlackBerry Delivers Significant Update to Priv and DTEK50
BlackBerry today began rolling out a series of software updates to its Android-based handsets, the Priv and DTEK50. The upgraded software adds new features and improves functionality across various apps.
Since no one is posting....
I think this is could because it makes things easier for the people who this affects. Good job to whoever thought of this! Hope you get a raise!
(And yes, it doesn sound like I don't have a clue about this article because yes, I in fact don't have a clue, so don't give me sh!t, please!)
long live the uninformed posters