Notes:1 Requires free Outlook Mobile update2 Only finds email address, phone numbers, title and company3 3rd party downloadable client available for purchase for RIM BlackBerry devices4 Because this is an application, a remote wipe wipes all data in theapplication but not the entire device5 S/MIME performance depends on how S/MIME is used6 Encryption is for the applications memory and not the entire device7 Policy is available but is client-side only and thus does not respond toserver-side policy settings8 Phone number and email address only9 can only create personal calendar entry, no meeting requests10 Info is derived from other info sent from the device as opposed to sent inthe protocol11 E series devices do a full wipe while N series devices only do a wipe ofthe Exchange data12 Some devices have a conversation view which is simply grouped by subjectand is not the EAS based conversation view feature13 S/MIME was not included in EAS 12.0 so it was added back at this point (ithad been in EAS 2.5)14 Information in this chart is additive. This means that information that islisted for a later version of Exchange ActiveSync does not list the features ofthe previous version but the product does include them. Compatibility in anearlier version indicates compatibility in the later version unless otherwisenoted.15 Follow-up flags are implemented as "stars" on the device.16 Device encryption is only supported on iPhone 3GS hardware and later.These devices are encrypted by default, therefore this setting is only used tocheck the devices status if the 'Allow non-Provisional Devices' policy is set(and the box unchecked). Once this is configured, earlier devices report backthat they do not support device encryption and therefore access to Exchangewill be blocked.17 N900 is a non-provisionable device and does not support any policies.However, attachment downloading is always possible.18 Device says it respects this policy but no device changes are made.19 Supports gzip compression.20 Some native device support with newer 2.3 phones. Also 3rd party Androidapps (i.e. Touchdown) have added support for SMS Sync.21 Require device encryption is achieved by using NotifyMDM.22 Encrypts all corporate data/attachments downloaded to SD card.23 Disables corporate data/attachments from being downloaded to SD card.23 Encrypts corporate data stored on device regardless of whether devicesupports encryption natively or not.24 Encrypts non-removable (emulated) SD card storage (e.g. Nexus S, GalaxyNexus, etc.) starting in 4.0.425 Starting in 4.0.426 Cryptographic modules in iOS/OSX CoreCrypto and CoreCrypto Kernel are"In Review" so potentially a partial "Yes" in the future27 Only supported through BDS28 Partial29 Assuming that Contacts are synced too30 On Samsung's devices
Here it is a new update on this Comparison table !
Taken from :
Comparison of Exchange ActiveSync Clients - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I will, as soon as possible, update the above table with Windows Phone 7.
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Very good list! I hope you will keep it up to date!
And pls hurry up with the Phone 7 addition :)
Really useful table! Thank you!
Looking forward to Windows Phone 7 column!
Fine piece of work. It would be very nice if this would be updatet with the new WP7 and the ne iPhone OS 4.1
Is it a Chrome/Safari thing or is half the table obscured by the right-hand "Options" column?
Looks a great table but I can't see most of it (Android/Palm etc.).
Thanks for commenting.
It must be a browser issue. I use IE9 and it shows properly.
What would also be useful (if at all possible) is whether the client is truthful about email store encryption. For example, Nokia E-Series can connect to our Exchange server which requires encryption, but the table above says not supported. The same was apparently true for older iOS versions.
Thanks for the table!
Do you have an updated table to reflect Windows Phone *?
Will work on it.
Great comparision chart
Please check the updated comparison table.
Should you need further info, just let me know :)
Please update this valuable table as my organization is currently rejecting the use of and support for Windows Phone 8 devices in favor of Android...