I'm going back to having an android handset (already have an Nexus 7 tablet) after using WP7 for the last year and a half and I am wondering what the best 0365/Exchange client is for PIM/Email - are people just doing the default email app or using something else?
I'm hearing a lot of good things about Touchdown? Anyone recommend this?
I am using the default email application with Android Kit Kat on my Nexus 5. I am using Microsoft Activesync service for Office 365. Whenever I need to move an email to a folder, it shows me the list of all my email folders without a search function.
I have a question about the native email client on the S4. I planned on getting this phone and I will rely heavily on Exchange email everyday for work. Does the email client support conversation like inbox similar to the way the iPhone does it?
I have tried many different e-mail clients but only Touchdown can sync all of my folders... The native app syncs everything except my INBOX. Why?!?!? I've been trying for a week to figure this out but nothing works. Is Android 4.2.2 blocking my exchange links?!?
If so I may have to return my Nexus...this is not acceptable.
Hello All - I have a question of if I can:
1) Root my phone
2) Install custome ROM
3) Unroot phones (and leave custom ROM)
The reason I ask is my company is initiating use of an app (MaaS360) to manage mobile devices that receive company email (currently optional, but soon to be required if I want my company email on my phone).
Device: Galaxy s3 and s4 tested 4.1.2
Email client tested Touchdown and native
Problem: Push email does not work, but will pull data every 11 1/2 minutes
installed and configured both email apps - monitored email, same result,
tested with external sender as well as internal - same result
push email is configured on both clients
not connected to wi fi - s
I'm looking for a method of selectively intercepting and redirecting SMTP email on an existing, hosted Microsoft Exchange server in production, with the following constraints:
The Exchange server handles email for several foobar.com email accounts
When firstname.lastname@example.org sends an email to email@example.com (a third party with its own email service provider), the Exchange server should not deliver