I would like to set-up my company email in the Email app on my android device (Exchange server). After completing the set-up, it asked me for security update in which it lists lots of warnings such as erasing all the data on phone, etc.
Our company uses a Hosted Exchange which apparently does not have BES support there.
I tried to install the BES Express 5 but can't seem to go pass the MAPI Settings section. Following is the error: "The setup application could not contact the Microsoft Exchange Server to check the name of the mailbox"
For an Microsoft Exchange server, is it possible to encrypt the email database such that the sysadmin cannot see the emails?
In other words, the admin would be responsible for all aspects of running the Windows server and Exchange process, but would not be able to see the contents of any one email (except those sent to him, obviously). Only another individual (e.g.
My company mandates that my phone be encrypted if I access the Exchange server. Every custom ROM that I have looked over removes KNOX and the phone's ability to run the encryption setup. Is there another solution?
So out of the blue my Nexus 5 has decided to just hang at 0% when fetching attachments in any email on my work account which is an exchange server. I can open files in any other email (Gmail accounts, Hotmail, yahoo) but not via my work acct?
My HTC One X on AT&T is connected to a corporate email system. Earlier this week, appointments started dropping off my calendar at random. I probably have about 10% of the items that should be on the calendar and I'm not sure how ot resolve. Email coming from the same system is working fine.
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).