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Mail for Exchange adds Tasks synchronization, but still no subfolders

Mail for Exchange, the free Microsoft Exchange server syncing software from Nokia, became officially available for the Nokia Nseries last month as version 1.6. I was reading the Eseries blog and found that Mail for Exchange 2.0 is available now for S60 devices. The major new feature with version 2.0 is task synchronization. You can now sync your tasks between your device and Exchange server. It is important to note that you should have a due date on your task or a date will be added for you, the date you synchronized the device.
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Written by Matthew Miller, Contributor writer on

Mail for Exchange, the free Microsoft Exchange server syncing software from Nokia, became officially available for the Nokia Nseries last month as version 1.6. I was reading the Eseries blog and found that Mail for Exchange 2.0 is available now for S60 devices. The major new feature with version 2.0 is task synchronization. You can now sync your tasks between your device and Exchange server. It is important to note that you should have a due date on your task or a date will be added for you, the date you synchronized the device.

Other new features include Global Address List (GAL) lookup support, ability to accept/decline meeting requests, support for the N76, ability of Search on E-series devices to search for content in emails synced to your phone and further integration with an upcoming release of QuickOffice.

For an even better Exchange syncing solution though, I still recommend you take a look at RoadSync for S60 as it supports email subfolders, Server Search, and all of the new features in Mail for Exchange and more.

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