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Topic # 16258 2-Oct-2007 01:30
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I was finally able to synchronize my PDA with the exchange server after a lot of hair pulling and learning but now i am facing a new problem.

I found out that ActiveSync does't work well with WIFI. Is there any way to get it to work? Because when my PDA is connected to WIFI and i send a message to my mail account setup on my PDA, i don't receive it at all but get it on my outlook. Also when i am connected to WiFi, it always try to connect to GPRS. Everytime I have to manually snychronize to get the messages on my PDA.

Anyone had a similar experience ?

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  Reply # 89363 3-Oct-2007 22:14
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anyone ?

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  Reply # 89365 3-Oct-2007 22:29
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I have an HTC Tytn, syncing with my Exchange server over WiFi at the office, and at home quite happily. It only does it over CDMA if my WiFi connection is not available...







 
 
 
 


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Reply # 89366 3-Oct-2007 22:38
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Direct Push does not work over Wi-Fi, by design. It will only work over cellular data networks.

However, ActiveSync over Wi-F will work with your Exchange Server, providing your PDA ca "see" the server.





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