Keep in touch with this app offering direct access to Microsoft Exchange
RoadSync 5 Review
by on June 13, 2010
Most of us have a corporate email account of one form or another and usually these are based around Microsoft’s Exchange server system.
However, when you can’t get access to your work computer, you can get mobile access to your Exchange email, calendars, contacts, meeting invites and tasks and the price isn’t much for the increase in productivity you’ll get from being able to access and triage your email on the move.
What’s more it’ll push email to your handset over the air. That means you don’t have to manually check for your email in the app, but make sure you have a decent data tariff if you set this up.
You can put email in folders as well as set up your out of office message and reply to requests for appointments which will then appear in your calendar.
Contacts will also appear with their photos, while the app also provides full support for reading HTML emails. RoadSync 5 will also work with Gmail accounts should you wish.
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