Do you have to pay the corporate email fee to access an Exchange server?

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    I have had the $30 corporate email plan add on for years but then decided to ask if it was necessary. Verizon basically said it may not be necessary so I removed it. Now I know I can still connect to my Exchange server but it seems that push has been negatively affected.

    Can I assume I don't need the corporate plan because I am able to send and receive email and the push issue is just an anomaly? i mean, wouldn't it stop working altogether?

    Thanks!
     
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    It will either work or it won't. I think it's just a coincidence you're having an issue now.
     
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    Yeah, I access an exchange server without the need for the corporate plan. It should work without it. Hopefully push starts working for you again soon.
     
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