1. josh44#AC's Avatar
    Hi,

    When I setup the apk for this, there is no Exchange option. Help?

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    06-25-2014 08:36 PM
  2. doogald's Avatar
    Hi,

    When I setup the apk for this, there is no Exchange option. Help?

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    The email app on the Droid Maxx? If you tap the email app, and it asks you for the email address and password, there is a manual setup button just below. There you'll find an option for Exchange.

    I don't use the app myself, but that option is there.
    06-25-2014 08:56 PM
  3. josh44#AC's Avatar
    No. I mean I downloaded the Stock Email Apk for the Nexus with the GMail UI.

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    06-25-2014 09:30 PM
  4. doogald's Avatar
    It must use a framework for exchange that's on the nexus and done differently on the droids. That's probably why it's not officially supported on anything but nexus devices.
    06-25-2014 10:07 PM
  5. alee's Avatar
    Try out Nine... https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...inefolders.hd3

    I've been a disgruntled Exchange user ever since I switched away from Nexus devices -- every phone manufacturer in the world has managed to release their own special version of an Exchange client that has been functionally inept in its own special way. It wasn't perfect, but the stock email app on the Nexus was pretty amazing.

    Best I can describe Nine - if you could use an interface like the Gmail client but in an Exchange/ActiveSync environment. Expensive, but worth the bucks. It's functionally complete like Touchdown is, but with a far more functional and attractive interface. Touchdown being quite possibly the ugliest email client in the world.
    06-25-2014 10:23 PM
  6. josh44#AC's Avatar
    It looks like its only 9.99. Is that a good deal? I DL and so far its really nice.

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    06-25-2014 10:41 PM
  7. josh44#AC's Avatar
    Do you know any options that are free? That are also decent

    Posted via Android Central App
    06-25-2014 10:44 PM
  8. alee's Avatar
    It looks like its only 9.99. Is that a good deal? I DL and so far its really nice.
    Yeah... they have a special price going on. It's worth every penny in my opinion and not really worth wasting time with other options... I've tried a lot of them.
    06-26-2014 01:51 PM
  9. damnyankees's Avatar
    Try out Nine... https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...inefolders.hd3

    I've been a disgruntled Exchange user ever since I switched away from Nexus devices -- every phone manufacturer in the world has managed to release their own special version of an Exchange client that has been functionally inept in its own special way. It wasn't perfect, but the stock email app on the Nexus was pretty amazing.

    Best I can describe Nine - if you could use an interface like the Gmail client but in an Exchange/ActiveSync environment. Expensive, but worth the bucks. It's functionally complete like Touchdown is, but with a far more functional and attractive interface. Touchdown being quite possibly the ugliest email client in the world.
    Totally agree. Switched to Nine like a month or two ago when I was having a problem with the stock email app...haven't looked back since. Nine is fantastic.
    06-26-2014 04:33 PM
  10. Andy88488's Avatar
    Touchdown being quite possibly the ugliest email client in the world.
    Regrettably, true. Now that Symantec has bought them, I'm hoping that maybe they get a makeover!
    06-27-2014 03:23 PM
  11. Ry's Avatar
    Best I can describe Nine - if you could use an interface like the Gmail client but in an Exchange/ActiveSync environment. Expensive, but worth the bucks. It's functionally complete like Touchdown is, but with a far more functional and attractive interface. Touchdown being quite possibly the ugliest email client in the world.
    Does Nine allow you to keep the security policy on the app itself like Touchdown (vs. the entire phone like the stock email clients)?
    08-07-2014 05:41 PM
  12. alee's Avatar
    Does Nine allow you to keep the security policy on the app itself like Touchdown (vs. the entire phone like the stock email clients)?
    Yes, you can do it device level or application level
    08-08-2014 02:51 PM

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