There has been a lot of buzz about RIM’s first move into the Exchange ActiveSync world with the upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS. In a recent TechRadar article, BlackBerry software head Vivek Bhardwaj commented that this huge switch to Exchange ActiveSync is a change in the right direction for BlackBerry, praising it as an “open standard”.
SmarterTools has added support for AstraSync to SmarterMail, its cost-effective alternative to Microsoft Exchange. Read the rest of this entry »
AXIGEN, the professional messaging solution vendor, now offers AstraSync over-the-air BlackBerry sync as part of its extensive range of messaging solutions.
We’ve been delighted with the reviews we’ve received for AstraSync version 4. Here’s a selection:
Interesting article from Shaun at PDA-247 on how he uses his BlackBerry without any help (or charges) from RIM:
pda-247: “Tell us a little about AstraSync. How did the idea for the software come about and has it been as successful as you hoped?” [more]
New AstraSync Version 4.0 Synchronizes HTML Messages Over-The-Air with Exchange ActiveSync-Compatible Servers
Campbell, CA – November 30, 2009 – MailSite Software, Inc. today announced version 4.0 of AstraSyncTM, the BlackBerry® Exchange® ActiveSync® software application that is used by tens of thousands of people worldwide. AstraSync version 4.0 was released to customers on November 24th, 2009. Read the rest of this entry »
AstraSync version 4.0, released today, becomes the first Exchange ActiveSync-compatible BlackBerry sync application to support HTML content. Other Version 4.0 features include:
- Hotlinks in messages
- Full support for meeting requests
- Message flags
- Select multiple messages for actions e.g. Delete