ActiveSync Mail client

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM D2' started by rmcelroy, Mar 30, 2011.

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    hey guys, I am fairly new to the whole droid thing...

    I just "upgraded" from whatever crap came in the box to Liberty 1.5 and I am really liking it so far. One thing I do seem to be missing though is the activsync mail.

    is there any ways to get the default droid mail client back w/ activsync?

    thanks,
    Rob
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    I am having that same problem. I lost all but a few contacts. I just started looking into this...

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    I went with a trial of "touchdown" I heard good things about it. it seems to be doing everything I need. I will probably wind up purchasing it.
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    That in the market? I really not pickup what works in just want my contacts back lol

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    Lol picky not pickup

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    yea, touchdown is in the market.

    I'm not sure what would have happned to your contacts though. I never had any issues with my contacts, I just wanted a better mail program. Touchdown seems to be it for me so far...
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    If you're referring to the Exchange "corporate" email client, it's working fine on Liberty 2.0 on my Droid 2.

    The only issue I'm having is that, if the administrator requires a PIN, Liberty locks the screen immediatelyon power off, requiring PIN entry even if I immediately turn it back on. All other ROMs I've used with mail setup this way give a grace period of at least 30 seconds.

    I've also got the disappearing contacts issue, but I've seen this before after flashing ROMs. Right now, I've got 17 contacts, all from gmail. After loading other ROMs, I've noticed it can take a day or so for Exchange to re-sync my 300+ contacts, no matter how hard I try to force it. Usually, they'll show up right about the time I decide I need to flash something else to get them back! :) Give it a day or so to see if they show up.

    This may not be the default droid mail app, but it seems to be close enough.

    - Bob
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    Thank you Bob! I will wait impatiently lol.

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