Less than an hour ago T-Mobile USA announced that they now support Exchange E-mail services on the Sidekick LX 2009. Announced via Twitter and their forums, T-Mobile stated:
- “A highly-anticipated first for Sidekick, Sidekick Sync on the Sidekick LX ’09 will support real time push email, attachment viewing, full sync capabilities, full read and respond functionality and configurable sync schedules. In addition to email, the application will sync with contacts from a corporate directory, along with full sync capabilities with an Exchange calendar and meeting/event reminders.”
Users will need a Sidekick data plan to download the application, which will cost them $5/month for continued push e-mail and full sync capabilities. Sidekick Sync, the official name of the application, was developed by a 3rd party app developer called Remoba. Remoba works with Danger, Microsoft and T-Mobile to develop applications such as Sidekick Sync, and is a leading app developer for the T-Mobile Sidekick line.
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