DataViz has made available a version of its RoadSync client for Microsoft ActiveSync via Android Market, allowing users of Android phones to link with Exchange email servers.
RoadSync is now available exclusively through Android Market as a 14-day free trial, according to the firm, and can be permanently activated by purchasing an unlock key. For a limited introductory period, this will cost $9.99 (£6.10), while the normal price is $19.99 (£12.25).
"This release marks an important milestone as we now have partners and solutions for over 100 devices on five major platforms, which officially includes Android along with Symbian, Palm, Windows Mobile and Java," said DataViz business manager Bonnie Boyle.
RoadSync, available only as a beta until now, provides Direct Push synchronisation with Microsoft Exchange servers, allowing users with Android-based handsets such as the T-Mobile Pulse and Motorola Dext to access corporate email, calendar, contacts and attachments.
DataViz has added support for Exchange 2007's Auto-Discovery service, which lets mobile users get up and running just by supplying their work email address and password.
The tool can also be combined with DataViz's Documents To Go, which provides the ability to view and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF attachments from the handset.
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