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Nokia releases MS Exchange connector app for Ashas

Budget line-up also gets access to Office apps

The new app is compatible with the Nokia Asha 311, 310 (pictured), 309 and 308 models.
The new app is compatible with the Nokia Asha 311, 310 (pictured), 309 and 308 models.
The app allows users to sync their email, calendar and contacts data with Microsoft Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010 Servers and the Microsoft Office 365 Mobility Online Service.
The app allows users to sync their email, calendar and contacts data with Microsoft Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010 Servers and the Microsoft Office 365 Mobility Online Service.

Nokia this week announced the introduction of a Mail for Exchange app for its Asha budget smartphone range.

Users can now send and receive office e-mails from their phones, following the introduction of the app in the Nokia Store. The new app, which is compatible with the Nokia Asha 311, 310, 309 and 308 models allows users to sync their email, calendar and contacts data with Microsoft Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010 Servers and the Microsoft Office 365 Mobility Online Service.

"The introduction of the new app makes your Nokia Asha 311, 310, 309 and 308 ready for business. It will enable users to take their office wherever they go, enhancing their overall mobile experience for work," said Tom Farrell, VP of Nokia Middle East.

Nokia has also introduced further apps such as Editori Text and Sheet, which allow users to view and edit Microsoft Word and Excel documents on the go.

The Editori Text and Sheet comes with other features including rich text formatting; bold, italic, colors and underline to keep track of the changes made. The app recognises hyperlinks, can enable users to view pictures and tables and save the document to memory cards.

"Nokia is committed to enhancing the user experience by delivering more capabilities on the Asha smartphone range," added Farrell.

"Last month, Nokia introduced the LINE messaging app in the Nokia store and we continue to build the app ecosystem for Asha, which we introduced in 2011 to connect the next billion people in emerging markets."