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Export/Import Corporate Email settings

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by conthan, Nov 10, 2011.

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    Hello
    I have a bunch of droid mobile devices that I manage on a daily basis. We also have an Exchange server.
    My question is...is it possible to export the settings for the native corporate email client and then import them to another device?

    Configuring a new device isnt much of an issue. But when I have around 40 mobile devices to configure with corporate email accounts it can become a bit much. My ultimate goal is to have some sort of file that I can text or gmail over to the user. They can then open this file and be prompted for a user name and password and then this would configure a corporate email account. Now I know I can use autodiscover features but I dont have typical default settings for my server. Any help or input would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

    Conthan
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    Anyone?
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