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Topic # 85709 23-Jun-2011 21:59

I need good Exchange syncronisation for my smart phones. I was never a fan of the IOS email app, but its still better than the Android stock option. While email is kind of reliable I still havent found a working calendar integration. I just want to be able to accept or cancel meeting invites when I am out of the office.

I tried most free apps (including K9) but all other apps cost about $30, I am not keen on wasting money on another not working app. So do you guys know a good email/calendar app?

Needed:
Good Exchange integration
Support for several accounts: Exchange, IMAP, Gmail (unified inbox not needed)
Working calendar integration (ability to accept meetings on the go)
A GUI that doesnt suck
Decent configuration options of sync frequenzy

For these kind of options I would happily spend my money, but I havent found anything yet.

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  Reply # 485260 23-Jun-2011 23:40
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This was the main reason I went with a windows phone 7 device when retiring the windows mobile 6 device. I liked the win mobile 5/6/6.5 outlook experience, but i absolutely hated the 'roadsync' experience on a sony vivaz symbian phone. i thought the IOS app was OK - and it would have been my second choice, albeit a very expensive seocnd choice!

80% of my smartphone use is email/calendar, the rest is comprised of phone/sms/app-usage.




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  Reply # 485261 23-Jun-2011 23:52
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Enhanced Email is good, it syncs all folders as well which is a bonus




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