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    Exchange syncing - Work and non-work hours.

    Just moved over from a Windows Mobile based phone. One of the things I like about the WM phone was that my Exchange email had an option for how I wanted to sync mail during work and no work hours. I could sync every 15 minutes during 8-7 M-F and manually off hours. This way my phone isn't buzzing at 3:00 AM to tell me I got some spam.

    Does the Droid 2 have this ability to sync x number of minutes during my work hours and manually off hours? I can't seem to find the opiton.
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    I'm not sure whether it's available in Android, and if not, that would be an awesome app for developers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordanCN View Post
    Just moved over from a Windows Mobile based phone. One of the things I like about the WM phone was that my Exchange email had an option for how I wanted to sync mail during work and no work hours. I could sync every 15 minutes during 8-7 M-F and manually off hours. This way my phone isn't buzzing at 3:00 AM to tell me I got some spam.

    Does the Droid 2 have this ability to sync x number of minutes during my work hours and manually off hours? I can't seem to find the opiton.

    In the battery settings (if it doesn't force close) you can adjust the sync times. Also if you have a dock or use a dock app to turn your phone into an alarm clock at night you can disable notifications when docked.
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    OK, found it. I set the off peak times from 9:00 to 7:00 AM. Also, the "Turn Data off" settin is set to 15 minutes.

    So this should mean at 9:00 the data turns off, however if I screw around with the phone at 11:00 the data stays on for another 15 minutes. Correct.

    Also, does this affect phone calls and/or text messages. I still want to get those after hours. Just not email.

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