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  • Exchange and ActiveSync on the iPhone


    At the SDK event Thursday, Phil Schilller announced that the new iPhone firmware, 2.0, which will be released in June, will include Microsoft Exchange and ActiveSync support.

    Big news for all you corporate folk.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Exchange and ActiveSync on the iPhone started by Kyle Matthews View original post
    Comments 23 Comments
    1. nm.hackmaster's Avatar
      nm.hackmaster -
      hehe 1st !!!!....

      cool.. very good news for the iphone community.. cant wait to get my hands on that SDK =D
    1. convlkt's Avatar
      convlkt -
      people are gunna hate me for asking, but what exactly does exhange do?
    1. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
      Kyle Matthews -
      If you don't know, it doesn't matter to you.
    1. SNIP3R_36's Avatar
      SNIP3R_36 -
      What is the benefit of activesync for the iphone? I have a dell axim, and I only use it to transfer files, get email, and add programs, which we have the new app installer, wifi and iTunes for.
    1. b-ballstyle's Avatar
      b-ballstyle -
      Quote Originally Posted by poetic_folly View Post
      If you don't know, it doesn't matter to you.
      i want to know also what is that
    1. icepick4u's Avatar
      icepick4u -
      nice , a meeting to announce to you, "fool, you need to wait 4 months more a** ho** "
    1. imode's Avatar
      imode -
      developer.apple.com is completely hosed right now so downloading the SDK will take some time (if you can even get on the site). Also it clocks in at 2.1GB so it's a pretty hefty download... Also, it'll won't work on PPC (Intel Only). BTW, for those of you who know what I'm talking about it's available on the bay
    1. teufel657's Avatar
      teufel657 -
      Quote Originally Posted by imode69 View Post
      developer.apple.com is completely hosed right now so downloading the SDK will take some time (if you can even get on the site). Also it clocks in at 2.1GB so it's a pretty hefty download... BTW, for those of you who know what I'm talking about it's available on the bay
      Remember, Intel based Macs only!
    1. bwebb's Avatar
      bwebb -
      Best news yet!!! I hope it is released before 2.0 in june though.
    1. imode's Avatar
      imode -
      Quote Originally Posted by teufel657 View Post
      Remember, Intel based Macs only!
      Too bad I only have Intel/Leopard . However, teufel is correct. If you have PPC don't bother downloading cause it won't function
    1. Iman07's Avatar
      Iman07 -
      YES! finally i can get my emails from work! i have a question though. if a rouge dev, like the ones here at mmi, download this sdk software can they just release apps to like installer still? doesnt this just give them all the blueprints to make great apps? or can these apps that are being developed using apples sdk can only be posted on the new app downloader from apple?



      **its not my intention to hijack this thread. just a quick question if someone is willing to clear this up. thanks**
    1. Magnum's Avatar
      Magnum -
      Quote Originally Posted by Iman07 View Post
      YES! finally i can get my emails from work! i have a question though. if a rouge dev, like the ones here at mmi, download this sdk software can they just release apps to like installer still? doesnt this just give them all the blueprints to make great apps? or can these apps that are being developed using apples sdk can only be posted on the new app downloader from apple?
      thats a good friggin question....ide also like to know this
    1. 02589's Avatar
      02589 -
      They say June. Hmmmm. I'll bet it will be late and weaker than expected. Gimme $50 on the over with another $50 for a dozen asterisks to say "oh, by the way, you can't do ............. with this new firmware."
    1. Iman07's Avatar
      Iman07 -
      http://www.macrumors.com/2008/03/06/...ls-first-look/

      Apple's license agreement when installing the software, understandably contains specific restrictions on what kind of applications you can create. Most are expected:

      - No unlocking or the ability to distribute applications in a method other than the iTunes Stores

      i guess i answered my question.
    1. iphonejeff's Avatar
      iphonejeff -
      Quote Originally Posted by convlkt View Post
      people are gunna hate me for asking, but what exactly does exhange do?
      Quote Originally Posted by poetic_folly View Post
      If you don't know, it doesn't matter to you.
      lmao...
    1. Digitol's Avatar
      Digitol -
      It doesn't matter **** to me, and I know. LOL.
    1. imode's Avatar
      imode -
      Quote Originally Posted by convlkt View Post
      people are gunna hate me for asking, but what exactly does exhange do?
      Were you banned from Google or Wikipedia? 2nd hit on Google has your answer
    1. rxmxsh's Avatar
      rxmxsh -
      Ah, I can't wait! It's about time!!!
    1. maz's Avatar
      maz -
      Hi guys! What´s new?