Microsoft has provided further information on its upcoming Windows Phone update at the TechEd 2011 event in Atlanta.
The Mango update adds a number of features that aim to make the platform more productive and allow users to better organise data.
"Customers tell us they're continually trying to stay on top of their busy schedules," said Windows Phone senior director of business experience Paul Bryan in a blog post.
"With this in mind, Mango is designed to make you even more productive right out of the box, helping you quickly and easily stay connected with the people and information that are most important to you."
Mango adds the ability to pin individual email folders to the Windows Phone home screen, and search archived messages stored on email servers. The email platform also allows users to organise and view messages as conversation threads.
The update provides access to Office 365 and Windows Live SkyDrive to access documents stored online, as well as support for the Lync unified communications platform.
Microsoft first announced its plans for Mango in April. Slated for release in the autumn, the update offers improved browser performance, multi-tasking and support for HTML5.
Directions on Microsoft analyst Rob Sanfilippo believes that Mango will be the most significant update to Microsoft's smartphone platform since the arrival of Windows Phone 7.
"There are quite a few notable enhancements that are going to help the momentum of this Windows Phone platform and keep it competitive," Sanfillipo told V3.co.uk.
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