Looks like the HTC Magic will boast Microsoft Exchange support, allowing users to synchronize with their Outlook emails, contacts and calendar entries in a hassle-free manner. Just make sure the HTC Magic returns to a power outlet at the end of the day so that it remains juiced up at all times if you’re relying on a push connection. This is an interesting development as there is a lack of native Exchange ActiveSync support on the T-Mobile G1 thus far, restricting its use in the corporate environment. The introduction of third-party apps have helped, but we would prefer built-in support to come right out of the box to make things easier for everybody else.
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