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During Nokia Developer day at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona 2011, Nokia Beta Labs announced a major release of Mobile Documents by Visiarc (v0.9.20) since the beta launch. It includes some of the most requested features including Symbian^1 and S60 support, Hotmail support and a homescreen widget to make it complete. Hit the jump to find out more.

Mobile Documents Beta by Visiarc (v0.9.20) Changelog:

Symbian^3, Symbian^1 & Symbian S60 3rd Edt. FP1 Edition and later.
Finally, we release an updated version for Symbian^1 and S60. Many new features are included and many issues have been fixed. One example, there is now an integration with the native email notification framework (no more text/SMS messages).

Hotmail, Live & MSN.
Perhaps the most requested feature of all is here, Hotmail support. Now pretty much whatever email service you use, Mobile Documents now got it covered with a streamlined setup, (except POP3 like Rediffmail mail).

Exchange 2003, 2007 & 2010 Activesync.
We now support all methods to connect to Microsoft Exchange servers, Activesync, Web Services (and IMAP) – for synchronizing your mail accounts.

Home Screen Widgets
Now home screen widgets are available for Symbian^1 devices too (on compatible devices), with three different layouts.

Local Attachments
Mobile Documents uniquely sports cherry picking to send attachments. Now you can add and email documents and images directly from your Nokia phone too.

For example, publish multiple documents to Mobile Document archives at once and email pinch zoom is available (Symbian^3 only). There are also multiple fixes for various imperfections.

You can download the latest version of Mobile Documents Beta by Visiarc from our Applications section.

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