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Re: Picked up a new Exchange mail client
You don't need it for tasks or notes, there a great free client called Exchange Notes and Tasks on Googleplay. Its what I use now. Samdung app... ever try hitting the reply button or the forward button and see how long it takes to actually switch screens? This is only when I'm in my corporate EAS account, not my IMAP accounts.
Originally Posted by MrMLK
The other major issue I have with the stupid native app is this:
Using WiFi - I have a few site-to-site VPN's here from my home office to my corporate office with 4 local subnets. I'm on a Windows domain and there is a DC here with a private DNS server.
One of the subnets traverses the VPN and it uses local, private DNS servers on each side of the VPN. It's how we connect to all servers and intranet sites and you can't join Windows domains unless your primary DNS is one of the Windows domain DNS servers. When I connect to that subnet, the Samdung mail client doesn't connect to my Exchange server.
If I connect to the guest network on a different subnet, using public DNS servers, and NOT traversing the VPN, the Samdung app works. That's pretty useless for me, as I can't access our servers or intranets on that subnet, by design. With Touchdown and 9 Exchange Active Sync, it makes no difference at all how I connect; it works under all circumstances. This is a Samdung issue and you can bet they'd have no clue if I were to call them. They'll just tell me it's my network - ya right.
Touchdown is highly configurable, almost to highly, but the UI is a huge fail and of such poor design it makes you wonder who built the app. It's completely disjunct and has no fluidity whatsoever.
Originally Posted by bclinger#IM
Yes, it works, but it's a horrible and unintuitive navigation experience. I had it for 2 weeks and dumped it; it was so unpleasant. I wouldn't install it for free, or even if they paid me; I hated it that much.