I will need to wait for the security pin add to the Droid as well.
In order for Exchange syncronization to take place I must be able to put a certificate file on the Droid. The Droid will only except the cert files in .p12 format and in order to extract that file in that format is to provide the Private Key which is a deal breaker for me. I should not have to provide the Private Key. What is the reasoning behind only excepting SSL certificate files in .p12 format? Seems like this could cause issues with many environments.
It seems to be working fine since re-adding the Outlook account. Extremely annoying that this occurs but at least it was fixable.
If the issue is initial set up, ensure that you type in the domain name in the Domain/Username box that auto fills but is not quite complete. Try adding webmail before the server name and check both boxes Use secure connection (SSL) and Accept all SSL certificates. Mine was quirky and will not work unless I have both checked.
Good Luck and than you all for guidance as I initially set up my phone.
Ok, I have read through this thread and have one question that isnt clear. Currently on a stock Droid does Exchange work where PIN is required? My company has the PIN required after 15 Minutes. I understand that if I buy Touchdown it will work. But I would like to not have to buy another software to do so. Thanks for the help.
i don't think google is interested in developing an email app that provides anything more than bare bones exchange integration/support, which i can understand is perfectly fine for some people.
Ok so I had the problem that everyone is talking about with trying to set up my work email on my Droid through Exchange and getting a blank black screen on my inbox.
Without dragging this out I just ended up redoing my Microsoft Outlook on my computer. What I noticed is that when i originally set up my work email whenever I would recieve an email that was work related, it would send them to my personal folder inbox instead of the Default Outlook inbox. DUH.....I dont recall setting it up that way be some how It happened. So in my situation whenever my Droid would try to sync with the Exchange server It was pointing to the default inbox to pull emails and I had them in my personal folder and by default exchange is not set to pulling from a personal folder. Once I re-did my Outlook and set it up the right way my email flooded my Droid. I have it set to Sync a month's worth. Now I Love this device. I unistalled Touchdown Free version and I'm just using the Dorid's email and it works great.