Coverage is available via the GPRS wireless network in the United States and Canada and also via GSM in the United Kingdom. Like PDA sync applications, these devices come with desktop software that allows you to synchronize mail, calendar, contacts and tasks. Server applications provide the interface between the various wireless services and Exchange.
Other mobile access tools are on the following pages:
Standalone, mostly non-Exchange users can get two-way mobile access with these tools and services listed at Tools for Mobile Access to Microsoft Outlook Data.
CodeTwo Exchange Sync lets you synchronize Exchange public folders with each other and with personal folders of users. It gives you possibilities Exchange Server has never offered: synchronize content of Exchange Public Folders to mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, etc.), create common company calendars and contact lists, synchronize email, and many more. The application supports Exchange 2016 / 2013 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003 and is amazingly easy to configure and use.
gSyncit is an Outlook add-in that allows for two-way synchronization between Google and Outlook calendars, contacts, notes, and tasks with your Google account. In addition, gSyncit also supports synchronization between Outlook and Toodledo, Pocket Informant Online, Evernote, Dropbox, Simplenote and Nozbe. Version 3.6 and higher support Windows 8 and Outlook 2013. Supports Outlook 2010 and 2013 64-bit.
XE2 Mobility provides mobile device users with secure access to shared Microsoft Exchange contacts / calendars / delegated mailboxes. Works with all iOS, Android and BlackBerry (v7) devices.
- Exchange Messaging Outlook 8 Oct 2003 - Special on Exchange Mobility
- RIM and BlackBerry Developer Resources