ntermedia, the world’s largest Microsoft Exchange host, today announced that its hosted Exchange services (including Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2007) are available on Google’s newly launched Nexus One smartphone. Using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, Intermedia is able to configure the new Google Nexus One – as well as the Motorola Droid, Palm Treo, Motorola Q, T-Mobile Dash, Samsung Blackjack and the iPhone – so users can take advantage of the same enterprise-grade Exchange services they are used to in the office. Those capabilities include email, calendars, tasks and instant messaging.
A key feature available in Nexus One, according to Google, is the ability to have not one, but multiple Exchange accounts fully configured with ActiveSync – including syncing of contacts, email and other information to and from the phone and the Exchange accounts.
Intermedia also fully supports BlackBerry® Wireless Solution hosting for hosted Exchange. The company provides users with BlackBerry® Enterprise Solutions (BES) connectivity – for true wireless "push" email. Customers get two-way wireless synchronization of email, calendar, contacts and tasks.