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    I'm still coming up empty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dean.collins View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BigTex71 View Post
    The Droid DOES indeed support OWA. I just set mine up through my company. I am the Network Administrator, so I know what I am talking about (not just saying this to be a fan boi.)
    The cool thing is that it does push email, calendar, and contacts through the OWA connection - the iPhones in our company only gets push email through OWA. So that is another great thing Droid has over the iPhone.
    To answer another question someone asked, the DOMAIN is a one word name (usually the company name, but check with your admins.) The EXCHANGE SERVER is the 'mail.mycompany.com' address.
    I will try to answer any other questions that I can regarding the Exchange compatability.

    Did you do this on the $29.99 plan or the $44.99 plan?

    Also are you saying tasks and notes are NOT being synched?



    tia,
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    The $29.99 plan. And I have not been able to find a TASKS and/or NOTES program installed on my Droid yet to check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smallprint View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Donsell View Post
    I had no issues setting up my works' Exchange account. We have an internal server and an web facing front end. The internal server is mail.domain.org an the external server is webmail.domain.org. When I use OWA, I use the webmail.domain.org.

    Our server requires SSL.

    Worked flawlessly for me. You might need to check with your IT department and make sure you're using the correct servers.

    Are you forced to create a password when you join your phone to the domain? I beleive pushing any security policy from Exchange to the Droid is breaking the connection
    It shouldn't be joining the phone to the domain. The domain is only required for login purposes.
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    Let me restate what I said.

    When you connect your phone with you Exchange, are you forced to create a password to logon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smallprint View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Donsell View Post
    I had no issues setting up my works' Exchange account. We have an internal server and an web facing front end. The internal server is mail.domain.org an the external server is webmail.domain.org. When I use OWA, I use the webmail.domain.org.

    Our server requires SSL.

    Worked flawlessly for me. You might need to check with your IT department and make sure you're using the correct servers.

    Are you forced to create a password when you join your phone to the domain? I beleive pushing any security policy from Exchange to the Droid is breaking the connection
    I already had a password. I did use the email address rather than the \domain\userid.
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    When I enter a domain I get a user login error. It acts like it's going to work with no domain and my login ID. In my case my login ID is actually different than my e-mail address, but this is how it worked on my Blackberry. I don't understand why I can get e-mail on that but not the Droid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smallprint View Post
    Let me restate what I said.

    When you connect your phone with you Exchange, are you forced to create a password to logon?
    I'm in Systems Support, so I'm in charge of configuring mobile devices for our company. I'm having the exact same problem you are, and yes Exchange requires each mobile device have the security feature turned on. This is a required policy, even though we are using OWA. After synch, the Mailbox appears blacked out(blank), although it appears some meetings came through to the calendar, not sure how this happened, but I think the forced security policy may be the cause of the issues. Let me know if you figure this out. I think it's gonna be a big issue.

    -Robert
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    I guess some of us are just lucky.
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    We have security policies set on our Exchange server as well and syncing worked for me. Is there a way to try pull rather than push just to see if that works? It seems to me that we had to have our admin turn pushing on when we first started to get smart phones.
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    I was able to install Mobile Exchange and I would like to know why THAT app can access my email AND my calendar AND my contacts AND my NOTES, but the onboard capability can not.
    Last edited by fegriffith; 11-06-2009 at 12:23 PM.
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