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Is Outlook Mobile on O2 Xda Atom life compatible with Exchange 2003

Posted on 2007-11-25
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Hello,

Any one of you knows if outlook mobile comes with O2 Xda Atom life is compatible with exchange 2003 server?

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The O2 XDA Atom is a Windows Mobile 5.0 phone with Activesync. It would just be a matter of configuring your Exchange 2003 server with Activesync and joining the phone to the server. Here is a fairly detailed article on setting this up:

http://www.shijaz.com/exchange/Exchange_ActiveSync_Windows_Mobile.htm
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Thank you for your response.
I have configure my exchange for ActiveSyn. I just want to make sure before purchasing of O2.

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