question? about MS exchange on droid vs. iPhone

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  1. Mojo

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    I have a customer whom bought a Droid. He previously had an iPhone. My question is he is on Microsoft exchange.... and on the iPhone it synchronize all of his folders with their sub folders nice and neat in their proper order. On the Droid it synchronized his folders, but his sub folders are all out of order. Example: the iPhone synced a folder called "xyz business name" with 3 sub folders. Droid synced the same folders but the sub folders do not show as sub folders under "xyz business name". Just as another folder. Is there anyway to have this better orginized on the Droid?
    I personally do not use exchange so I've no way to tinker with it. Hope this made since.
     
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    Bump... anyone??
     
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    Have them give Touchdown a spin....
     
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    Okay. Will do. And thanks black! Your always so helpful
     
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    ...or any of the other frequently discussed Exchange clients such as:

    HTC Work Email
    Moxier
    RoadSync
    etc...

    As usual, don't assume that you have to use the stock apps -- especially if they don't meet your needs. You might want to browse/search the Applications subforum.
     
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