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    I am interested in getting either the HTC Incredible or the Samsung Fascinate (need to stay Verizon) but my biggest issue is I need to be able to get my emails, update contacts and my calendar on a Mic. exchange server. I currently have a Samsung Windows mobile phone and can do this but I am not getting a worm/fuzzy feeling that this is done correctly and consistently with the above two phones. I like to be able to update contacts/calendar/emails via phone (and visa versa) and have them be updated on either my desktop or on my phone via the push feature. Is this a function of the android phones?
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    Wait for the Droid Pro, it's coming out sometime in the very near future, prob 2-3 weeks, and will do all of these things you mentioned beautifully. It's a business phone. Just google "Droid Pro" and you'll find all sorts of info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckleins View Post
    I am interested in getting either the HTC Incredible or the Samsung Fascinate (need to stay Verizon) but my biggest issue is I need to be able to get my emails, update contacts and my calendar on a Mic. exchange server. I currently have a Samsung Windows mobile phone and can do this but I am not getting a worm/fuzzy feeling that this is done correctly and consistently with the above two phones. I like to be able to update contacts/calendar/emails via phone (and visa versa) and have them be updated on either my desktop or on my phone via the push feature. Is this a function of the android phones?
    It is but you may want a different Exchange client than what comes stock on the device. I personally found stock Exchange support to be lacking and I use Touchdown but there are other clients to consider as well, such as RoadSync and Moxier. IIRC, K9 offers Exchange support as well.
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    The nicest thing about Android is that if the stock app doesn't quite do it for you there are always other options. I agree that the Droid Pro is a good bet to wait for unless you really want the high-res, larger screen. If that's the case, I would investigate the third-party Exchange apps and go with either of the original options. Personally I would prefer the Incredible, but that's purely my preference and may not be yours.
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    There are apps that will let you do exactly what you want, but you might want to consider abandoning microsoft for contacts and calendars. Gmail is such a seemless and instant sync with your phone.
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