Nokia Betalabs just released Nokia Mail for Exchange for the Asha 302 and 303.
Looks like S40 is getting closer and closer to a smartphone OS eh? From the Betalabs post:
Nokia Mail for Exchange for Asha 302 and Asha 303 is a beta release mobile email application that utilizes widely used Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® protocol. This protocol enables Email, Calendar and Contact data synchronization between compatible Nokia Asha phones and Microsoft® Exchange servers.
- View emails with extended text formatting
- Flag, move and copy messages
- Sync multiple folders
- Contacts auto complete when composing email
- Search messages locally
- View attachment file name and forward attachments
Calendar and contacts synchronization:
- Integrates with Series 40 Asha calendar and contacts applications
- View synchronized events from Exchange calendar
- Create new synchronized personal calendar events
- Create, accept and reject meeting requests
- Two-way contacts synchronization
- Global address book lookup of contacts
Connectivity and security:
- Synchronizes email, calendar and contacts data over secure HTTPS connection
- Application data encryption
- Application inactivity security lock
- Supports essential ActiveSync security policies including – Alphanumeric password required – Minimum password length – Minimum password required complex characters – Maximum failed password attempts – Local wipe after maximum attempts
Available over on the Nokia Betalabs product page (Sign-in required).
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