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    Im in deep trouble....
    I just upgraded this morning from a Droid incredible to the new Droid x. My exchange e-mail was working on my incredible perfectly and now I canot sync it with my Droid X. It does work through touchdown, but I don't want to use that App.... I am running exchange 2003 with no SSL certs
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    Quote Originally Posted by bje924 View Post
    Im in deep trouble....
    I just upgraded this morning from a Droid incredible to the new Droid x. My exchange e-mail was working on my incredible perfectly and now I canot sync it with my Droid X. It does work through touchdown, but I don't want to use that App.... I am running exchange 2003 with no SSL certs
    Are you trying to do exchange through an internet connection or syncing at the PC. Because I don't think Moto has a PC exchange sync tool. I know HTC does.
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    Touchdown works flawlessly.
    Going through the smartphones went from WM 6 to BlackBerry Storm to Nexus One to the HTC Incredible and now the Droid X.
    Entering all new territory called Motorola Xoom tablet.
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    Having no SSL cert is a bad, bad thing. Get your admin to cough up $20-30 and get a cert. It makes settings up any kind of phone a PITA without it.
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    I am the admin..I dont like how touchdown doesnt diplay calendar events in the native app...It does not make sense that my incredible would work and my X wouldn't...and no, having a ssl cert makes everything 10x more difficult.
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    Where does it fail? Any error message you can share with us?
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    BTW when you setup the account, the first screen says to enter your Domain\Username. Try leaving off the Domain\ and only enter your username.
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    I input the info it starts the sync process then about 15 sec. in it displays the following:

    "error:
    Could not connect to the server"
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    and yes, i tried it both ways
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    Quote Originally Posted by bje924 View Post
    and yes, i tried it both ways
    Please let me know if you resolve this... I am having the same issue...
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    Android 2.1 has very poor exchange support, so much so. It fails to work with many companies exchange servers since it doesn't support the group policies, like encryption and pass codes.

    Try touchdown from nitrodesk, that's what I use and I highly recommend it. Its a tad pricey but you do get 30 days to try it out before you buy it
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    Default IS Ms Exchange fully supported

    I want to know before I commit to buy 10 or so of these phones for my company. Is MS Exchange fully supported , email an calendar an task, ect. I need to know for sure before I buy them an my CEO can not check his appointments on this thing with the calendar. I already have enough Headack with him not happy over dropped calls on his iPhone an the bad data rates he has talked about.


    thanks
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    They probably make you "upgrade" to the $45 data plan for enterprise....but yes, I have my email, calendar, contacts, etc. I prefer to have separate phone contacts that input, but I still have my whole "corporate directory" as an icon where I can view the whole Outlook calendar :-) So yeah, it's all working...I even have a calendar widget on my main page that shows me the upcoming appointments for that day...or several days if there's not much going on :-)
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    Default MS Exchange 2003 Issue

    I got my Droid X yesterday and have had an issue setting it up with my Exchange server. Previously, I used a Droid and had no issues. Now with the DX, when I go to the Corporate Sync icon enter the information and hit next I get the following error "ERROR: The server address should be correctly formatted." I have looked around here and google and found nothing. Anyone else have any idea?
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    You do not need to upgrade to the 49.99 plan. Email, calendar, and contacts are supported. To get tasks plus those 3 things you will want to use the Touchdown mail program in the Market instead.
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    take out the http://
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    Motorola is working on it..they have acknowledged to me that it is an issue on their end given the fact that the droid 1, incredible, treo, iphone and every other device connects fine with the same credentials to my exchange server...will keep all updated.
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    How do you set up a market account to buy apps? I asked a coworker who has Droid and he didn't seem to have the answer. He only uses free apps. I'm coming from iPhone so apologies if the question seems dumb.
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    I have tried with and without http
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    You need a Gmail account. Once you sign in, you can then access the Market. You will also need a Google Checkout account in order to make purchases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidhonesty View Post
    They probably make you "upgrade" to the $45 data plan for enterprise....but yes, I have my email, calendar, contacts, etc. So yeah, it's all working...I even have a calendar widget on my main page that shows me the upcoming appointments for that day...or several days if there's not much going on :-)
    Thank you. We are waiting on the verizon rep to call us back now, I hope the wait to get the phones is not going to be long.

    thanks again
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    BTW, not only does it not have to do with policies (since mine are very loose and exchange 2003 is loose by default) but i was looking into Motorola forums and apprently it is a widespread issue with anyone using exchange 2003....everyone is having the same issue, it just doesn't work with it (later versions work fine). Apprently MOTO forgot that there are companies that still use 2003, oh like 100,00+...
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    the format should only be server.domain.com no /exchange
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    Touchdown makes thinks so much easier if you're willing to spend a few more dollars.
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    We use Exchange 2003 and I had no issues setting it up. I still switched to Touchdown though because the interface is a million times better in my opinion.
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