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Topic # 8989 11-Aug-2006 13:56
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I have a ability at work to ActiveSync directly to my exchange server. But being the cheap git I am, I only want to do it:
1/ When connected via my cable on the work network
2/ When I'm at home and connected via WLAN

Can I do this, or is the GPRS not controllable.

The other thing, if I'm connected via cable, does that mean a "push" from the exchange server will come through the cable and not GPRS? - And is there any way (apart from being able to get at the exchange server) that I can say let me sync up when i want to and don't push email to me.






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Reply # 43765 11-Aug-2006 15:11
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You can change the schedule settings. On your Pocket PC open ActiveSync, tap the options to find Schedule and instead on sync on new items, change to Manually or on a time cycle.

This should reduce data usage.

You can synchronise via Wi-Fi or cable, but you have to manually initiate it, or make sure the device is connected to the network. Otherwise it will default to the GPRS connection.





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