Exchange ActiveSync for Phones

Exchange ActiveSync for Phones


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An integrated email client that connects to virtually every email server.
Note: Phone Build. Pricing after 2 weeks free trial,
monthly $2.99 / Yearly $14.99 / One time $19.99 subscription fee.

Access your corporate and personal email on your Android mobile device with RemoSync Business Email Client. Using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) protocols, RemoSync connects Android devices directly to Microsoft Exchange (2003, 2007, and 2010), Hotmail, Windows Live, IBM Lotus Notes(8.5.1, and later versions), and Zimbra servers giving users real-time access to email, contacts, global address list (GAL), calendar, and tasks. This also supports POP3, and IMAP4 emails with near-time push using IDLE protocols supporting GMail, Yahoo Mail, AOL Mail,, or any email server. No proxy servers are needed.

Multiple accounts to the maximum of three are supported. One can view universal contact list and calendar events from all the accounts combined. Now, you can have your business and personal emails, contacts, and calendars as part of the same application. Easy to view different modules using top icon based menu bar.

For business groups, using Remoba proprietary and unique Mobile Device Management (MDM) console, IT administrator or an office manager can push the settings to all employee phones and manage the devices remotely – remote data wipe, allowing access to attachments, multiple accounts, etc. Small business customers can manage their devices especially when they are using POP3, or IMAP4 servers. Go to

Full Widget Support: Quickly check Email, Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks on-the-go without navigating through multiple screens.

Supports all Android supported international fonts.

IT administrator can enforce mobile security policies through exchange server console such as Alpha-numeric security PIN length, In-activity timeout, Number of failed attempts, Remote data Wipe, and enabling attachments. All the data files for email, contacts, calendar, and tasks are encrypted and they are part of the application’s database without having an option to copy to external drives. The application handles all the SSL certificates including in-house certificates.

Users have multiple synchronization options – Real-time direct push (default), Scheduled Sync, or Manual Sync.

Email features: Latest 100 mails are fetched for viewing, HTML viewer, attachment (word, excel, power point, PDF, etc) viewer integration with Quick Office, server folders and sub-folders, local folders (outbox, sent items, drafts, archives), compose, reply, reply all, smart forward, customized quick messages, search mail, email alerts with filters, and handling meeting invitations.

Contact features: Maximum of 2000 contacts from the default contact folder (at server) can be synchronized to the phone’s contact database, option to save the contacts to native phonebook, add and modify the contacts, search and access contacts from global address list (GAL) by entering minimum of 3 characters (Lotus Notes requires 4 characters), make voice calls or send text or MMS messages from the contact’s phone number, send email messages from the contact’s email address.

Calendar, Tasks features: saves all the calendar events from the past one month, single and recurring events, schedule appointments, add and modify the events, add and modify the tasks, task status, search events, meeting and task reminders, and off-line events.

Time zone is set to phone’s default time. Full Sync, Sync Status, and Out of Office features are supported.

Recently changed in this version

Issues fix.
Implemented Widgets for Email, Contacts, Calendar and Tasks.
Fixed incorrect timezone issues in calendar meeting invitations.

Comments and ratings for Exchange ActiveSync for Phones
  • (58 stars)

    by John Bowler on 03/05/2014

    Tried this as I wanted something that would sync all email, not just a maximum of the past month allowed in the Android 4.4.2 default app and in Nine. Installation went very smoothly and it found my exchange account with no problem. On configuring it the limit for syncing old email was again 1 month. Can it be changed? Its a nice interface but with a max of 1 month the stock Android app will do fo

  • (58 stars)

    by Mark Hornstra on 21/04/2014

    For an app that is supposed to be a full functionality exchange sync app, the calendar is limited to day view only (you can't read the week and month views) and the contact list lacks some basic functionality. No way I'm paying $20 for an app with these major limitations.

  • (58 stars)

    by Fred Langenbeck on 16/04/2014

    The functionality is working great with my corporate exchange account, but the app is not very user friendly. When opening an email I need to shift the screen left/right to read the entire email in width (formatting? ) Also a few more navigation buttons would be nice. Not my "favorite" app. Will keep looking...

  • (58 stars)

    by Floris van der Zwaard on 17/03/2014

    All I needed it for is to support the Exchange Online Archive. It says it supports 'Archives', but it doesn't support the Exchange Online Archive. Too bad. Uninstalling, cause it doesn't do any additional things compared to the native exchange active account in Android.

  • (58 stars)

    by Stephan Raj on 28/02/2014

    Works perfect. Going with it

  • (58 stars)

    by anuar cube on 12/02/2014

  • (58 stars)

    by eric dufosse on 10/02/2014

    2000 contact only!!! way to short for me. too bad it looked promising.

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