What mobile devices are supported?

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We support access from all popular mobile devices, including iOS, Android, Microsoft and Blackberry.

Dan Says:
While our web client conveniently offers access to the most features in one place, we support many ways to access your accounts at zMailcloud. Our system is designed for broad compatibility, supporting real-time updates and enabling you to Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD), whether you’re using phones, tablets, desktops, laptops, and even an associates, or public computer’s web browser.
So when you’re batteries are low, you can use almost any web browser on any computer to access all of your collaborative features, including file sharing, without losing drag-and-drop ease-of-use. Use other ways, like Outlook, too? We’ll sync them all.
Jay Says:
We support most mobile devices natively, that is, without having to add any software to your mobile device, with straight-forward configuration. Real-time synchronization, aka “push,” of email, contacts, calendars and tasks is supported free-of-additional-charge via ActiveSync for devices such as iPhones, Microsoft Windows and Android.
Blackberry devices are also supported free-of-additional charge, although limited to BIS, email-only synchronization without our optional Blackberry (BES) service, see Pricing.  The Blackberry (BES) Service option enables your users’ Blackberry devices to natively, automatically synchronize in near-real time with their accounts, including email, calendar, contacts and tasks, like ActiveSync devices.  This synchronization occurs over-the-air, does not require tethering.
We also support a special, mobile version of our web browser for mobile devices, so you can access more features than your device may otherwise be capable. This mobile web client is reachable from anywhere, just like our advanced, desktop web client.
For configuration instructions, see our Getting Started Guide.

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