I have been without a smartphone for the past year. I'm getting ready to make a purchase within the next few days. I've been reading all sorts of forums but have yet to find a post that specifically answers the questions I have in regards to Exchange activesync. I have configured many smartphones for my clients. Many android phones as well. My last smart phone was a WinMo 6.0 and it sync'd perfectly with Exchange. A good portion of the android phones that I've dealt with in the past year have their quirks. Here is what I need. I need to by able to activesync with Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010. More specifically I need my calendar to sync and my entire mailbox. Not just the inbox but all sub-folders in my inbox, my contacts, my tasks, my notes, and any additional folders that I have created in Outlook. I need absolutely everything in Outlook to sync with my phone via the Exchange Activesync. The reason why I have these concerns is because I've had clients of mine get android phones that sync mail and calendar but would not bring over contacts. I just had one on this past friday (LG Ally) that would not sync her corporate calendar and she had to take it back. I've been looking at the Droid 2 and the Droid X but I want to make sure I'm not going to run into any of these issues before I make the purchase. Unfortunately I have not had any of my clients purchase the Droid 2 or X so I don't know if these capabilities are working with these phones or not. I would really like to hear from some users that are using these phones in the corporate environment and can speak first hand on whether or not these functions are working properly on these phones. I really don't want to wait but if these functions are not working flawlessly on either of these phones I may just have to wait for a WinPhone7. And more specifically, when I say work flawlessly I mean out of the box without the need of some third party application to handle authentication to my Exchange box. I'm looking for out of the box native support for full Exchange sync. Any input would be much appreciated.