I will be honest and upfront and say I don’t know if KillExchangeLocks will be revamped for 3.0.
I have pretty much totally moved away from the entire Jailbrake scene.
In fact out of all 6 devices I own only 1 is Jailbroken and I only keep that one on hand because I have 2 paid apps that I released back during firmware 1.x and before the AppStore.
I am very sorry if this news comes as a disappointment.
Since 2.0 and the AppStore came out Jailbraking has lost its appeal to me as I use AT&T so that’s not a concern for me and since the only reason I ever got into the Jailbrake scene in the first place was to be able to write my own apps and run other peoples apps on a great device that had so much more potential.
Now with the AppStore it seems like Jailbraking is done for one or more of the following: Carrier Unlock, Apps that Apple won’t approve, and Warez.
I don’t care about carrier unlocks, and I don’t approve of Warez (even if you say you use them as demo’s and buy the ones you like, because 99.9% are not doing that), and that just leaves apps that Apple won’t approve. This would be the only thing to keep me around but Apple lets most things in (it might take a couple rejections first though) that I am interested in.
Also, Apple has been getting really good at closing all the holes that made this app possible (as technically they are security holes).
So much so that the last version “oddly” wouldn’t work for everyone, including me.
I spent a ton of time searching for new ways back then and never found anything that I was happy with, and then I finally gave up and just stopped syncing my work email.
(It was a plus for my day job to have me accessible by email all the time and I decided it wasn’t worth the time and work I was putting into not having my personal device locked down)
Of course I understand that this isn’t the same for everyone.
All I can really say is I feel your pain (as if that helps anything), and that in a comment on the post way back about version 3.0 of KillExchangeLocks, Eirik mentioned that a new app has just shown up in Cydia called: “Exchange Unlock”.
With that in mind, let me get the “legalize” (if you will) out of the way.
“Exchange Unlock” is not my work, nor do I have anything to do with it in any way.
I have NO idea if it works, and I can not be held responsible if it blows up your device, literally or figuratively.
I do wish you the best of luck, and encourage you to check out my other work at: HashBang Industries (http://www.HashBangInd.com)