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  Reply # 149821 21-Jul-2008 11:48
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While exchange is working on my iphone, it doesn't seem to be pushing as such.  My calendar and contacts are syncing, and email is appearing in my mailbox when i press the Mail button...however it doesn't show up with a new mail notification without me going into the mailbox.  which to me is the same as pull email.  is this how iphone exchange push is supposed to work?

edit:  having tested a bit - it seems gprs push works perfectly.  when I send an email to myself from another account, the email is pushed to my iphone and appears with a notification without me having to do anything.  choice!

however, I'd like this functionality with Wifi as well - as I'm much more likely to be connected to Wifi than anything else (home/work/hotspots)  however, if this is how it works I shall suffer in relative silence until.  but if anyone knows a way to get it to notify properly in wifi mode please update :)

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  Reply # 150040 21-Jul-2008 22:18

gehenna:
however, I'd like this functionality with Wifi as well - as I'm much more likely to be connected to Wifi than anything else (home/work/hotspots)  however, if this is how it works I shall suffer in relative silence until.  but if anyone knows a way to get it to notify properly in wifi mode please update :)


Ive done a bit of research on this is issue and found this.

http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1868

Hope that helps

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 150054 21-Jul-2008 23:14
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Hi all,

A quick update. If you recall I am testing using QSynchronization to copy a public folder (shared) calendar to a personal one. 
At most respects this is working fine. 

I do however seem to have a further related issue - the calendar contains appointments of my colleagues (i.e. appointments that I need to see in the calendar but am not attending myself). The iPhone creates invitations to all of these appointments for me when it shouldn't - because the appointment was not created by me. 

See http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1865

Surely iPhone should look at the appointment detail and give me an invite only if I am an attendee ?

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  Reply # 150060 21-Jul-2008 23:29
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 however, I'd like this functionality with Wifi as well - as I'm much more likely to be connected to Wifi than anything else (home/work/hotspots)  however, if this is how it works I shall suffer in relative silence until.  but if anyone knows a way to get it to notify properly in wifi mode please update :)

I found this:

http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=1598880&tstart=15

good luck,

ade.

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