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GLOBAL – Users of Mobile Documents by Visiarc will be happy to know that Nokia Beta Labs now has an update ready for download, bringing the latest version to 0.9.20. With added features along with some bug fixes, anybody using the old version should update now. And if you haven’t tried it yet, then there’s no better time to give it a whirl. Read on to find out more.

We’ve mentioned Mobile Documents before, receiving great feedback from everybody using it and your suggestions and comments didn’t go unnoticed by the developers. The update isn’t pushed right to your device, however navigating to the Nokia Beta Labs page will see you up-and-running in no time.

For those who haven’t use Mobile Documents yet, it’s an email client that uses cloud-technology, which means it stores everything you receive – including attachments – on a server, saving you data costs as you don’t need to download as much. Previewing your attachments before you download them can save a lot of time money, and for more details you can read our original post, here.

What new features are in v0.9.20?

  • Support for Exchange 2003, 2007 & 2010 mail accounts.
  • Support for Hotmail, Live & MSN accounts.
  • Attach files stored on your phone directly to outgoing emails.
  • Multi-publish of files to your archives.
  • Options when tapping the URL (Copy to clipboard).
  • Edit signature.
  • Captcha errors are now shown to the user for Gmail and Google Docs.
  • Setting if you want to put your signature on top or last when replying.
  • Exit now lets you choose if you still want notifications or not (leaving the service running but closing the UI).
  • Also for S60 3rd edition and Symbian^1 all the new features introduced in version 0.9.19 for Symbian^3 has been added as well.

Bugfixes in version 0.9.20

  • Fring issue now has a work around in all versions. Later when Fring has updated their client this fix will be removed.
  • Email widget issue resolved when un-installing Mobile Documents (Symbian^3 only).
  • Animated theme background effects caused the background in the lists to not refresh and garbling the display (Symbian^3 only).
  • When composing you could end up with only half of the screen.
  • Next softkey now works in the setup of new mail accounts.
  • Grey screen when logging in.
  • 1 hour and 2 hour intervals now works.
  • Enable autostart / Disable autostart changed to Autostart (On/Off).
  • Numerous other smaller fixes.

One welcome change I’ve also noticed is that when you click the email widget on the homescreen, it takes you directly into the Inbox of the email account, which it didn’t before. Have you given Mobile Documents a try? Let us know what you think of it.

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