Sony Ericsson goes ActiveSync ready

June 15th, 2007

Sony Ericsson has extended their development into email on the go with some of their new products such as the newly announced W910 and K850. Both of the new phones are Microsoft ActiveSync ready to allow push email, contacts and calendar downloads over the air.

Mobile messaging – the ability to send and receive email anytime, anywhere – is fast becoming a vital form of everyday communication in today’s high-speed, 24/7 international business environment. Companies and individuals are having to adapt to changing ways of doing business, and respond to the growing need for greater mobility and flexibility. Sony Ericsson phones with Exchange ActiveSync® provide instant access to e-mail messages wherever you are. They also include a remote device-wipe feature, which allows company administrators to remotely send a command to a lost or stolen phone that will erase all PIM-data (e-mail, calendar, contacts) as well as account settings.

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    MessagingBlogs» Blo&hellip  |  July 3rd, 2007 at 10:49 am

    [...] Sony Ericsson phones with Exchange ActiveSync® provide instant access to e-mail messages. [...]

    Curtiss Krawetz  |  July 15th, 2007 at 4:20 pm

    I hate QWERTY keyboards and I really dislike the closed nature of the BB environment. What I want is real-time sync of email, contacts, calendar (tasks would be nice) etc in a traditional format keyboard so I can use t9 input instead of the BB imposed QWERTY format. I noticed that the new Sony Ericsson k850 is enabled with MS ActiveSync which I gather is supposed to help satisfy my desires. It is not easy to determine what other phones in the market are also capable of real time email etc – ie. BB style functionality without having to uses a BB. I can’t be he only guy in the world that doesn’t know the QWERTY board all that well and prefers T9. Besides the whole next gen of business people (our kids) are growing up on t9 because they are texting on their cell phones.

    Does the new Moto maxx V6 support MS Active sync or an alternative to speak to my exchange servers??

    Your truly, and very frustrated,

    Curtiss Krawetz

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