Nokia introduces Mail for Exchange on Asha smartphones

Nokia Asha users can now send and receive office e-mails from the comfort of their mobile phones with the arrival of Mail for Exchange app on Nokia Store.

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

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To give users a full office experience, Nokia has also introduced further apps, Editori text and sheet, which allow users to view and edit Microsoft Word and Excel documents on the go. This is expected to add huge flexibility for mobile phones to modify, save and share documents or spreadsheets for quick review right from your Nokia Asha phone.

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June 23, 2013 11:38 am 11:38 AM
Nokia is back in business. Nokia Lumia phones are very sturdy phones with rugged Operating System. Best part is its a single phone which you can use for entertainment as well as office work. Lumia has a licensed copy of MS Office for Mobile. I use my Lumia 720 extensively for Excel editing, Powerpoint Presentation to my customers, drafting word documents and save them in my Skydrive. Lumia 720 is priced at INR 18000 and there is no phone in Samsung or Apple within that price range offering similar functionality. The touch is way better than my previous Samsung android… Read more »
June 22, 2013 1:32 pm 1:32 PM


No, thats not correct! Still Nokia has the best quality among all other brands. I have 7 Nokia phones and i ve not experienced any troubles with them. Low range Samsung phones have irritating GUI and is no where near Nokia. Yes only its android phones are worth usable.

Nokia is currently in much better position than it was 2 years ago after partnership with Microsoft and lumia phones are also doing well.:-)

June 22, 2013 10:17 am 10:17 AM

Guys, gone those days when the quality of Nokia people use to talk. Better to buy any other brand. Better to buy Samsung or any other.