Monday, June 16, 2008


The Apple iPhone has supported Yahoo! push e-mail since the phone's initial release in 2007. Since July 2008 the release of iPhone 2.0 software brings Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync platform to Apple's handheld thus allowing the iPhone to synchronize e-mail, calendars, tasks and contacts with a Microsoft Exchange Server. The software which will add features commonly found in enterprise mobile devices will be available through iTunes as a free download. MobileMe stores all your email, contacts, and calendars on a secure online server — or “cloud” — and pushes them down to your iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, and PC. When you make a change on one device, the cloud updates the others. Push happens automatically, instantly, and continuously. You don’t have to wait for it or remember to do anything — such as docking your iPhone and syncing manually — to stay up to date.

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