Apple iPhone Gets Full Microsoft Exchange Support
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Mar 6, 2008, 1:15 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Mar 6, 2008, 2:31 PM
Today at a Town Hall meeting held at its Cupertino headquarters, Apple unveiled its vision for the future of the iPhone and third-party application development. The first announcement was about the iPhone's new support for the enterprise, including a Microsoft Exchange client. Apple has licensed Active Sync from Microsoft and the iPhone will now support push Exchange email, as well as sync contacts and calendar information. The Exchange client will be built into the iPhone and will be customizable from the mail settings tab, allowing the user to turn on and off certain functions. It will also support enterprise features such as remote device wipe, 802.1x and WPA2 security, enterprise device configuration and Cisco VPN services. These new features won't be available until the 2.0 firmware is available in June.
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I feel sorry for those that HAD spent all that initial money, only LATER, realizing that there IS A WM Device out there that can perform more functions with...
well that's a start...
Earlier this year the CEO of AT&T said there will be a 3G iphone, probably Version 2.0.
Gosh Apple sure is a super, super co...
I think they think they already have a winner. Lots of people are buying them, so I'm guessing they don't see much of a need to open up everything. Especially...
"Full" Exchange Support?!?!...LOL
I think it is hilarious that people really think Microsoft is going to offer "full" functionality of their weak, at best, shot at wireless email. Their is only one reason they would even try to work on the IPod with a phone and that is to entice people to switch to Windows Mobile. If you think enterprises are going to support this....ha! Good luck.