Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support demonstrated on HTC Magic

At Singapore HTC Magic launch, the company revealed two more Google Android devices planned for the year. Along with a new feature “Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync” support on HTC Magic. The lack of native Exchange ActiveSync support has been a major detractor for the T-Mobile G1's use in the corporate environment. True, recent third-party apps like DataViz Documents to Go […]

At Singapore HTC Magic launch, the company revealed two more Google Android devices planned for the year. Along with a new feature “Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync” support on HTC Magic. The lack of native Exchange ActiveSync support has been a major detractor for the T-Mobile G1's use in the corporate environment. True, recent third-party apps like DataViz Documents to Go have added this functionality, but native support would be huge. It's not clear, however, whether the Exchange compatibility is specific to the Magic or if it will be pushed out to the other Android devices (the G1 and European model of the HTC Magic), but we can't imagine that support is far behind. Messages to the Google Android camp were not returned as of press time.

Source:→ CNet

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