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#16565 16-Oct-2007 23:11
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Can anyone confirm if the latest firmware for the N95 allows true push email from a corporate MS exchange server like a Blackberry.

If YES, does it include full synchronisation or just the receipt of emails.

If the N95 is an Australian phone number on an Aussie network, but the corporate email server is based in Auckland, what implications are there for pushing email to Australia - is it effectively a data charge or is it treated like an SMS.

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#91298 16-Oct-2007 23:13
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Any e-mail, contacts or calendar information moved from the server to any handheld device is treated as data - there's no SMS involved in the operation.

The server location has no impact on data costs. The data transfer will be billed at the standard rates - plan, roaming, etc...




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  #91309 17-Oct-2007 06:57
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Check out the Push Email roundup at allaboutsymbian.com to get a better idea about push email and the N95.




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  #92772 28-Oct-2007 18:23
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Try googling Mail4Exchange. I believe this is the same client that ships with the Nokia E-series phones and used ActiveSycn technology to sync with an exchange server.


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