If you have a Nokia Asha 302 or a Nokia Asha 303 then we have some very good news for you.
So, wherever you are, your phone will now be able to give you instant access to your work emails, contacts and calendar.
As they both have Qwerty keyboards, the inclusion of Mail for Exchange underlines their great value for professionals and entrepreneurs who want to be kept in the loop even when they are not in the office.
With a fast Internet connection, 3.2-megapixel camera, social networking and innovative apps, the Nokia Asha 302 and Nokia Asha 303 are now offering something very much like a smartphone experience.
Mail for Exchange
Let’s look in more detail at Mail for Exchange.
The application uses Microsoft’s Exchange ActiveSync® protocol, which allows push email, calendar and contact data synchronisation between your compatible office email servers and your Nokia Asha phone.
But that’s just the technical wizardry – what it really means is that you will now have a truly mobile work device at your assistance.
Among the great Mail for Exchange features that you’ll get on your Nokia Asha 302 and 303 are:
- Notification of new work emails
- Secure synchronization of your email, calendar and contacts
- Look for contacts in the Global Address Book
- Create, accept and reject meeting requests
- Flag, move and copy messages
- Download, view and send email attachments
- Support for security policies, including alphanumeric password, minimum length for password and remote or local wipe after maximum password attempts
Of course data charges will apply as you send and receive messages, but all this is not bad for a free application that transforms your mobile phone into a valuable work tool as well.
The Mail for Exchange application for the Nokia Asha 302 and Nokia Asha 303 is a free download in the Nokia Store in selected markets.