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    Default Exchange email calendar invites

    Do any of you using the stock email app have issues with Exchange meeting/calendar invites? If I receive a meeting request via email (from my work account) there are no details about the invite (date, time or location). I am given the option for the following in the body of the email:

    Calendar Invite - "View in Calendar"
    Going? - "Yes", "Maybe" or "No"

    If I choose "View in Calendar", my calendar will open to the invite date, but will not show the proposed time block, just what is already scheduled for that date. If I choose "Yes" to accept, there is a small prompt stating "responding to sender" (or something similar), however it never shows up in the calendar.

    email version v6.1-937116
    Calendar version 201308023

    Anyone experience anything similar?
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    Same thing for me.

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    I gotta tell you, I am really liking Touchdown HD as an Exchange mail client.

    Not sure yet if I'm willing to pay the hefty license fee, but built-in support for Outlook calendars, tasks, meetings/appointments, etc. is so far beyond what the stock mail client does as to be in another universe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N4Newbie View Post
    I gotta tell you, I am really liking Touchdown HD as an Exchange mail client.

    Not sure yet if I'm willing to pay the hefty license fee, but built-in support for Outlook calendars, tasks, meetings/appointments, etc. is so far beyond what the stock mail client does as to be in another universe.

    Hefty license fee is because they have to pay a hefty license fee.

    Don't have it in front of me, but Exchange licensing started either at high 5 digits or low 6 digits plus royalties per sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farish View Post
    Hefty license fee is because they have to pay a hefty license fee.

    Don't have it in front of me, but Exchange licensing started either at high 5 digits or low 6 digits plus royalties per sale.
    Well you may be correct, but Touchdown isn't an Exchange Server after all, more of an Outlook Client.

    I'll probably spend the $19.95 because I do like the app and can always charge it to my company credit card as a justifiable businesses expense if I really want to. But I can see how the average guy might balk at the amount.
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    Default Re: Exchange email calendar invites

    I used to have a Galaxy S4 before my Nexus 5 and did not have the issue with the S4 email app with calendar invites. Don't recall the email app version, it might of been Samsung's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N4Newbie View Post
    Well you may be correct, but Touchdown isn't an Exchange Server after all, more of an Outlook Client.

    I'll probably spend the $19.95 because I do like the app and can always charge it to my company credit card as a justifiable businesses expense if I really want to. But I can see how the average guy might balk at the amount.
    Who said it was an exchange server, its an exchange client. Microsoft demands somewhere between 50K-150K (might be more now) upfront for any Email Client that wishes to have the capability to connect to any Exchange Server plus royalties(min $1). Prices probably has change since I have been involved in a project that needed this licensing.
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    I used to have a Galaxy S4 before my Nexus 5 and did not have the issue with the S4 email app with calendar invites. Don't recall the email app version, it might of been Samsung's.
    Yes, that was Samsung's own app. I agree, it was MUCH better at handling calendar invites and also attachements. If I have a long e-mail thread and get attachements on the latest, I have to scroll passed all e-mail before reaching the bottom where the attachements are available.
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    The email app called Nine is the answer to all your problems.

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