Posted by: Pece Andonoski in Nokia, Video
Nokia Mail for Exchange is available as a beta release for the Nokia Asha 302 and Nokia Asha 303 S40 handsets.
This protocol enables Email, Calendar and Contact data synchronization between compatible Nokia Asha phones and Microsoft Exchange servers.
- View emails with extended text formatting
- Flag, move and copy messages
- Sync multiple folders
- Contacts auto complete when composing email
- Search messages locally
- View attachment file name and forward attachments
Calendar and contacts synchronization:
- Integrates with Series 40 Asha calendar and contacts applications
- View synchronized events from Exchange calendar
- Create new synchronized personal calendar events
- Create, accept and reject meeting requests
- Two-way contacts synchronization
- Global address book lookup of contacts
Connectivity and security:
- Synchronizes email, calendar and contacts data over secure HTTPS connection
- Application data encryption
- Application inactivity security lock
- Supports essential ActiveSync security policies including - Alphanumeric password required - Minimum password length - Minimum password required complex characters - Maximum failed password attempts - Local wipe after maximum attempts
Nokia Mail for Exchange supports only English at the moment, but other 15 languages will be added in the coming days. Beta version of the application is available for download from Nokia Beta Labs site and is expected to be released in Nokia Store sometime in June.