Mail for Exchange comes for Nokia Asha 302 and Nokia Asha 303

If you happen to own either the Nokia Asha 302 or Nokia Asha 303, then here is a piece of news that will certainly brighten up your day – the Mail for Exchange app is now available for both devices, and even better yet, they are available as a free download over at the Nokia Store. Basically, with the Mail for Exchange app, you are able to gain instantaneous access to your emails (most probably work related), contacts and calendar. After all, with the Asha 302 and Asha 303 being handsets that thrive in high growth economies and developing nations, it makes perfect sense to have this kind of productivity software arrive on the scene.

Both phones, with their QWERTY keyboards, will jive well with Mail for Exchange, and thanks to its integrated Internet connection (with the right data plan, of course), you are able to send out those emails in a flurry without missing a beat, although those who are too used to a touchscreen virtual keyboard might find themselves fumbling with a step back.

Some of the Mail for Exchange features available in this app include notification of new work emails, secure synchronization of your email, calendar and contacts, look for contacts in the Global Address Book, the ability to create, accept and reject meeting requests, not to mention being able to flag, move and copy messages. You can also download, view and send email attachments, now how about that?

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