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Title: Android App Syncs with Exchange
Dmailer announced an Android application that lets users synchronize information from Microsoft Exchange Server to an Android-based phone. Dmailer Mobile for Android offers over-the-air (OTA) synchronization of Microsoft Outlook email, contact, and calendar information directly from Exchange Server, the company says.
Based in Marseille, France, eight-year-old Dmailer develops portable backup and synchronization software for a range of mobile devices. Dmailer Mobile for Android is based on Dmailer's cross-platform (Windows, Mac, and Linux) Dmailer Sync software. Dmailer Sync synchronizes Outlook email, contacts, calendar entries, files, and other PC data onto portable storage devices via partnerships with companies including SanDisk, Western Digital, Lexar, and Verbatim, says the company.
The current version of Dmailer Mobile for Android synchronizes contacts with Outlook and Exchange, but later in the year will support email, calendar, notes, and tasks, as well, "on an operator specific basis," says the company. Sync support will also be extended to file and Internet favorites sync for phones running the Linux-based, Google-sponsored Android stack.
Dmailer Mobile for Android users can perform OTA synchronization or else connect the Android phone to a PC and use Dmailer management tools to sync the contacts. The software is said to be transparent to the end-user, enabling Microsoft Exchange data to be transferred to the phone once the Exchange account information has been configured.
Stated Lucas Leonardi, CEO of Dmailer, "Dmailer Mobile for Android provides a significant opportunity for T-Mobile, Orange, AT&T and other leading worldwide carriers offering the Google Android mobile platform to reach business users who rely on mobile access to their e-mail via Microsoft Exchange."