With the emergence of Apple’s iPhone as a leading business smartphone the ability for businesses to check email, calendars, and contacts on the go has grown every year. That’s why Apple Email has become a necessity for any business offering Apple iPhones as a handset for their employees.
Apple Email Features
iPhone connects directly to enterprise mail servers like Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino via Exchange ActiveSync providing users of Apple iPhones access to push email, calendar events, and contacts. Ensuring the best access to email with Apple iPhones they also supports IMAP, CalDAV, and CardDAV to connect to standards-based collaboration servers and with Apple email offering enhanced features like fast-inbox switching, support for multiple exchange accounts, unified inbox and creating calendar invitations on iPhone, it's easier to stay on top of your game.
Email on the go
Get over-the-air push email, calendar, and contacts from your Exchange server, or easily connect to standards-based servers by utilising Email support on your iPhone.
Whilst the iPhones are fantastic devices, you must be very aware when roaming with these SmartPhones. To put this in plain English BlackBerry compress any emails you recevie by a 1:100 ration before sending to your device, thus a 1MB email will only be a 10Kb on your device, an iPhone would receieve the full 1MB email.
A very serious consideration if you or your users roam internationally and want to still be able to pick up email as they come in, without the concern if somebody sends you some heavy files.
Secure your data
With your Apple iPhone you can keep your data secure in transit, while stored on your iPhone, and even as a backup file on your work or home computer.