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    Default Droid X, 2.2 and Exchange Server

    I don't see anyone on the forums that have actually connected a Droid X using 2.2 (froyo) to their Enterprise Exchange server. Is there anyone that is using a Droid X (froyo) in a business environment without any problems? We have a 2003 server but we are upgrading it to 2010.
    Thanks in advance
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    works fine for me.
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    I had issues when I first got my phone but it is working great now.

    I had to make sure the "Include Inheritable Permissions..." check box was checked within AD for my account.
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    I downloaded Touchdown from the Market. Works perfectly and adds enhanced features like task synching.
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    I have to use Touchdown or else Exchange does not work for me. I find it ridiculous that it's necessary to use a 3rd party app in order to have Exchange support, but what do I know...
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    Works fine for me. Have several users on both 2.1 & 2.2 (including my X on 2.2) with no issues. We're using Exchange 2007 in the office.

    As long as the ActiveSync for Exchange is on (that's an add-on through a patch in 2003) you should be ok.
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    I have mailboxes on both exchange 2003 and 2010. Both work great. There were problems with 2003 not showing in the notification bar on 2.1 but that is now fixed.
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    I finally updated to 2.2 this past weekend and our corporate exchange works fine with touchdown and the corporate sync application.
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    I have both but I don't use touchdown anymore, the UI looks way too like a windows 98 app.
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    Works fine for me...Exchange 2007. Try unchecking the option that makes you use https....might help with older exchange servers

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