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Thursday, 11 September 2008 12:54

Nokia licenses ActiveSync for S60-based devices

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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43 phones getting Exchange mobile e-mail app

 

Today, Nokia announced that the company has licensed Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync technology. From now on, all S60-based devices will feature Exchange mobile e-mail application, 43 of them in total.

Nokia also announced Mail for Exchange will be featured in Nokia E and N series as a straight out-of-the-box option.

According to Nokia’s data, more than 80 million users, which is a number of S60 platform users worldwide, will be able to connect to their Exchange server accounts.

More here.

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