Hey guys, I wanted to compile a list of the Android e-mail limitations I've seen on my nexus so far. These apply to the exchange accounts and if Google wants the business market, these are things they must update to be successful: 1 - Folder syncing as well as the ability to move messages to specific Outlook folders. 2 - E-mail forwarding: Forwarded e-mails are attached as .eml files instead of in-line forwarding. This is not only awkward but can cause problems if your are forwarding an e-mail to someone who can't view attachments. 3 - Corporate global address lookup. Being mobile means being away from your computer and other tech. What good is it if you can't look up corportate contacts that are not stored in your contacts. 4 - Integration with Outlook invitations. The ability to accept or decline invites is not available. 5 - Signatures. Come on 6 - Push mailbox reshreshes without having to manually refresh or reopen the inbox. This a problem because if you read an e-mail on your PC, your phone won't know and still notify you as having a new message. Note that the iPhone is able to do all of these things. I love my Nexus, I just don't want to be in a situation that may compromise my ability to do my job because of it.