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#31 Raa

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Posted Today, 13:41

Sorry to hear that mate.

Surprised about your comment re: Android v Exchange. I've found the opposite - no problems with Android and numerous with iOS devices.

 

Everyone's different I guess!




#32 tsupersonic

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Posted Today, 13:53

Sorry to hear that mate.

Surprised about your comment re: Android v Exchange. I've found the opposite - no problems with Android and numerous with iOS devices.

 

Everyone's different I guess!

Depends on the Exchange security policies - for example, my work requires device encryption. I don't want to encrypt my phone, it's unnecessary overhead, and I don't receive/store critical info. So, the stock Android email app won't work, unless I download Xposed framework to bypass security policies. I ended up purchasing Touchdown which let me send/receive emails without encrypting the phone. With iOS, they only require the 4 digit PIN code. 





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