July 26, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka
Android just got a bit more business-friendly thanks to a leaked copy of the HTC Work EMail application. Work EMail is essentially the HTC-created Exchange client seen on the HTC Magic that gives Android a free, stable connection to a Microsoft Exchange server. This marks the first time that such an app was available on the T-Mobile G1 or HTC Magic and Dream phones that didn’t come with out-of-the-box Exchange Support.
For many corporate suits and office spacers, Exchange is a must-have tool of the trade. It keeps work email accounts ready at the hip with a synced inbox and push notifications. Touchdown and other third-party Exchange clients attempted to fill in the gap, but at $20, these apps ranked among the most expensive in the Android Market.
Work Email is free and can be downloaded from Nexeo.net. Visit the website and read the QR code with the Barcode Scanner app or download directly from the link to install on your device. You may also notice that Sherpa is available for download. More on that later