If you use your smartphone to wirelessly synchronize with Exchange-based e-mail, contacts, calendars, and tasks for work, you can use this interface to configure your phone. As shown in Figure 19-18, Exchange configuration is relatively simple because Windows Mobile Device Center can autodiscover all the information it needs.
Don't have an Exchange Server handy? No problem: Microsoft offers a free consumer service called My Phone that emulates Exchange but in a friendlier, consumer-oriented package. We take a look at My Phone later in the chapter.
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