To understand, the app can be viewed as a smart remote client on the Nokia phone that securely connects to the the cloud server-side. This means that all heavy stuff remains in the cloud where the heavy-lifting is done. For you that means that Mobile Documents stays in sync with all your primary email account all the time. Emails you send with Mobile Documents will be available on your desktop or web email, just as email you delete will be deleted, read/flag status etc.
Here is a list of highlighted features:
– NEW – Multi-Touch Pinch Zoom
– Touch Double-Tap (toggles between fit-screen and 100%), Long-Press initiates speed zoom mode, Swipe to pan + more in the toolbox
– Cloud-Boosted Viewing View attachments instantly, without any downloading first (streaming used)
– Cherry Picking Add attachments from emails (sent or received) and have heavy attachments sent instantly – no download – save 100% on bandwidth, time and cost
– Save Roaming Cost Read the text of individual doc pages (KB) instead of downloading entire heavy attachments (MB)
– PIN After providing your password you create a four-digit PIN of your choice. – Instead of typing the long password all the time, you just input the short PIN that protects your email. However, your password is never stored on your device (loss/theft of your device – either disable device PIN or change password via web interface).
– Document Support Images, PDF and Office documents
– Email Account Support Plug-and-play IMAP and native Microsoft Exchange (but not POP), works with Ovi, Gmail, Yahoo!, GMX and many more (but not yet with Hotmail, Live and MSN)
– NEW – Notification Widget Mobile Documents integrates with the messaging framework in Symbian^3
– You might ask yourself, what makes Mobile Documents different? That’s easy. – Mobile Documents offers mobile documents. No other email client/service do including Nokia Messaging. There are other differences as well, but that’s something that we leave for you to explore and discover for yourself on your Nokia.
* Fixed problem with Gmail and Google Apps;
* Several important fixes for the work with Microsoft Exchange;
* Improved handling of e-mail addresses;
* Fixed status icon when the program is phased out;
* Choosing where to save downloaded files and documents.