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# 81309 11-Apr-2011 16:18
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Hi Guys,

We have an i9000t here that we use with active sync/exchange 2003. I am having a few issues with this.

When we get an email forwarded from an HTC Snap (possibly any WinMo6.5 phone) it forwards it as an .eml 2.1 update 1 (the latest avaliable telecom rom) seems to have issues with this, as in it can not open it.

Other problem I have is the phone always seems to default to the internal my calander rather than the active sync calendar, I don't want it to do this. In fact I want to remove the my calendar all together, I want it all to sync with my exchange calendar.....

Due to this being used in a business I'd really rather not play with rooting the phone using non telecom offered roms.


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# 457878 12-Apr-2011 15:27
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I use  my  phone  for  business also , the  Andoid  email works  fine with  my  exchange  back end AOK, but the  calendar dose not sync both way , it  only  comes  down from the  exchange server. So I trialed  Touchdown for  Exchange and the  paid  for it  email , contact , task , cal synch in both dirction AOK

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