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2nd March 2009

WICKSoft Releases Exchange Public Folder Solution For The BlackBerry

WICKSoftOttawaWICKSoft Corporation, the leader in mobile collaboration solutions, has released WICKSoft Mobile Documents for Microsoft Exchange, the latest version of their award- winning solution for the BlackBerry smartphone from Research In Motion (RIM).

In addition to providing document, calendar, and contact access to Microsoft SharePoint and file servers, this latest version gives BlackBerry users a way to access Microsoft Exchange public folders and delegate content from their BlackBerry smartphone. Some of the new features include:

– Create and edit appointments in public and delegate calendars
– Update and create new contacts in Exchange public and delegate folders
– Access to email messages, even if they are no longer on the phone
– View, upload, and download attachments
– Fast and easy ‘one-thumb’ navigation
– Simple installation with no modification to Exchange or BES
– Import and export PIM content

“Public folders, shared contact lists, and delegate access to calendars are very popular to organizations using Microsoft Exchange. In addition to providing personal content like your inbox, Exchange facilitates collaboration and sharing of content such as appointments and contacts, but until now these features have been unavailable to many BlackBerry users.” said Will Hickie, CEO of WICKSoft. “With WICKSoft, BlackBerry users can now access everything in Exchange, such as a co-worker’s calendar, or a shared list of contacts, just like they would when at the desktop.” he added.

WICKSoft Mobile Documents allows BlackBerry users to view, search, and edit contacts and calendars, view files in folders or attached to meetings, as well as download and upload files such as Word and Excel using their BlackBerry. Data is not stored on the device so BlackBerry users always have access to the most up to date information.

“WICKSoft is the only way to get this type of mobile integration with Exchange on the BlackBerry. “ said Mr. Hickie. “In less than an hour an organization can give its BlackBerry users access to the delegate and shared content in Exchange, without making any changes to their mail or BES servers.”

For further information (and FREE TRIAL SOFTWARE) contact WICKSoft at (888)880-7876,

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