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Image Gallery: RoadSync 3.0 for S60 devices

If you have an Exchange Server with ActiveSync or subscribe to a hosted Exchange service and also use a Nokia S60 device then you will want to check out DataViz's RoadSync 3.0 product. RoadSync provides push email functionality and more.
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If you have an Exchange Server with ActiveSync or subscribe to a hosted Exchange service and also use a Nokia S60 device then you will want to check out DataViz's RoadSync 3.0 product. RoadSync provides push email functionality and more.

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You need to enter your server settings, sync schedule, email options, calendar options, contacts options and advanced options for RoadSync on your S60 device.

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Enter all the necessary server information to get started.

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Select how you want data synced, on which days, and what the peak times are for your schedule.

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Peak times and what you want to do when roaming.

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Do you want your data synced immediately via push, manually, or every 5 minutes, 15 minutes, each hour, every 4 hours, or every 12 hours?

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Choose your date range, email size, signature, and whether to reply with history.

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How much of your email do you want to receive when you sync?

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You can choose which folders you want synced to your device so you can view your stored email on the go.

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You can choose how far back to sync and if you want to reset your calendar data with the next sync.

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Your contacts can be backed up to your server to maintain data integrity on the road.

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You may want to view your sync logs if you have issues and sometimes may need to reset your access point if you switch how you access the network.

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You can view the help file on your device.

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The status of the connection appears at the bottom of the home screen in RoadSync.

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Sync log showing details of a successful sync connection.

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