That's a company name btw. My company is rolling this out as a replacement/supplement to the exchange servers for syncing with Outlook. I got mine installed today. Setup was easy and it's pushing out emails and has synced calendar and contact info just fine. The problem is that this is just about the most basic email program I have ever seen. Read or compose email, contacts, basic one-day calendar view -- that''s it. I went to Good's website and viewed the users guide and it looks like the guide is describing an entirely different program. The one in the manual looks like a real, full-featured program, with features very similar to Outlook, including multiple views, custimizations, journals, to-do lists, out-of-office notifications, etc, etc, etc. The one on my phone bears no similarity to what I see on the web. This app doesn't even have the ability to view or save attachments. There's only the single, one day view in the calendar and the only way to move from day to day is one-day-at-a-time either forward or back. Is anyone familiar with this application on Android? Has anybody used it on another phone OS? Is the Android version really this basic, with no way to add or extend other features?