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    Exchange 2007 Calendar Sync problems?

    I can't get my calendar to Sync with Exchange 2007. The device simply displays a message saying 'Sync failed'. Email and contacts synced fine. I came from a windows mobile device that synced everything without any problems. Anyone else having this problem?
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    ditto here ev01. I don't have SP1 installed either. beginning to wonder if that isn't the issue. I know you have to have SP1 installed to have OSX Snow Leopard natively sync with exchange.
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    Hmm... I also have posted this to the Motorola support forums. I can get SP1 or SP2 installed if this is the issue. I wonder if it would help the speed of the emails hitting the phone too... mine seems slow. I installed the 'TouchDown' third party exchange app on my droid, and the emails hit the phone almost at the same time as my inbox. calendar syncs with this third party app with no problems, also.
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    is touchdown a pay for or free app? I know this was the exchange solution before the droid came out. I am going to have one of my datacenter guys install the latest SP and see if that makes a diff. It would seem to me installing touchdown would be redundant and potentially cause issues with the native exchange support, but what do I know.
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    It is free for 5 days so you can test it.. with touchdown all of your email and calendar and contacts items are all self contained in the touchdown app. They don't cross over into the Droid calendar and or email apps. It's kind of janky and I don't like it.. but at least it gets you a solution... we have 30 days to return the phone.. I will prob. do it if they don't issue a fix. That is a bare minimum.. gotta have email and calendar. Also the camera on allof these droids is screwed.. pretty sure that is a hwardware issue though.
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    camera is known issue and I'm sure they will fix it with firmware update.
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    Same here for the 30 days(29). Exchange is not working and touchdown will be fine for a short but if not in 30 days, goodbye droid. Some can but not your more secured exchange setups. My calender is the only thing working.
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    Guys this has to be a service pack 1 issue. My Droid syncs fine with my Exchange Server for Calendar, Contacts and email. My issues are more around usability since the Calendar function doesn't allow acceptance on the email invites. You need to go to the Calendar event and accept it there, very strange. Also, the email app doesn't allow you to move emails to folders, another crappy miss on the software design.
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    I found calendar doesn't really push but will "refresh" when you hit the button to.

    Is anyone else shocked and disappointed in the lack of a task list and memo/notes app that also syncs with Exchange? This is almost a deal killer on its own. A separate app that doesn't sync won't cut it - I don't have time to keep up two individual task lists.
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    I found touchdown the only acceptable solution (at present)

    I documented my experiences here:

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