I set up the Exchange sync and email and contacts are working fine, but the calendar is not working. When I go into menu and hit refresh it says that authentification failed. We have Exchange 2003, would that make a difference for corporate calendar sync? Any one with knowledge of exchange have any thoughts before I contact our IT guys on Monday?
Same here. We have Exchange 2007.. Email and Contacts sync fine. Calendar just says 'Sync Failed'.. and for my company I am the admin for our exchange box... this definitely seems like a handset problem to me.
Thanks, hutch.duffy, but it still didnt work for me. However, a friend told me about a programme called MyLink, I tested the beta version and I must say I finally find something that works for me.
In case someone wants to test it:
I tried MyLink Advanced too, it worked great, pretty full featured with mail, contacts, notes, calendar and tasks. I had a bit of an issue with the calendar though, very basic. But, they released an update earlier this week that sorted the calendar right out, proper day/week/month view.
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Mine was syncing, but stopped after I had to reset my password (our policy required password changed every 45 days). To get it up and working again, I went to Accounts and Sync and turned off the calendar sync, backed out, then went back in and turned it back on. The calendar was re-synced up to date within a few minutes.
I was having an issue where the Corporate Calendar wouldn't sync because of duplicate calendars with the same name (i had recreated an exchange acct for a user multiple times and each version was still in the corporate calendar even though I had deleted them). What I had to do was go into settings -> applications -> manage applications -> menu key -> filter -> show all and then find Corporate Calendar, and then go in and delete all data. This will reset the settings and data for the exchange calendar, then when you go back in it will re-download the whole calendar. Hope this helps.