My wife and I both recently got a Droid 2 phone, our first smart phones. Her companies IT department made the following claim that I am not sure is true.
"Thereís two ways to get work email through your phoneÖone is using Good Messaging, and the other is to use the built-in email system on the phone. The upside to Good Messaging is that it keeps things separate on the phone (work contacts will be separate from personal contacts, etc) and when it locks after being idle for 20 minutes, you only have to put in a password to access the Good Messaging application, not the rest of the phone. The main downside is that it requires that you have the $45 data plan from Verizon (again, assuming thatís who you have). There isnít a way to get around that, itís a requirement setup by Verizon and Good Messaging.
The other way, using the built-in email system on the phone, works with the cheaper data plan, but will lock the entire phone after 20 minutes of inactivity, requiring you to put in the password to use other phone functions."
Does anyone know if this is true. I want her to have the full function of the phone but she does not want be going back and forth with her IT department on this issue.
Thanks for any help you can provide.