1. reaperthekeeper's Avatar
    Ever since the 4.4.4 upgrade my exchange won't stay connected to my corporate exchange server (2007). I did a factory reset and it worked for two days then stops connecting again, managed to get it to connect for a day but stopped again. WiFi is off, data sync/email sync is on, power save off, full bars and 4G LTE service (TMobile). Battery at 75%, never got below 15% since the factory reset. Frustrated because this doubles as my corporate phone. Any ideas I might be missing?
    11-18-2014 12:53 PM
  2. plumcrazy's Avatar
    it can definitely be on the server side but im not a fan of the stock exchange at all. i use touchdown for my exchange email, much better IMO
    11-18-2014 07:29 PM
  3. mty msi's Avatar
    I've had my MS Exchange account running through the stock app since day one with zero problems. I know MS says if you set up an Exchange acct. as an IMAP or POP account rather than an actual Exchange acct. it won't sync the calendar & tasks. Are you setting it up as an actual Exchange acct.? Don't know if that may be the cause of your problem but I thought it worth mentioning.
    11-18-2014 07:35 PM
  4. pstellato73's Avatar
    I have been connected since I had the note 4 as well, but using touchdown. I also installed mobimail and it has been connected since I set it up as well.

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    11-18-2014 07:37 PM
  5. plumcrazy's Avatar
    i tried mobimail a while back (2-3 phones ago) and it jammed my phone up pretty good. might need to try it again and see how it is
    11-18-2014 07:38 PM
  6. worwig's Avatar
    I use Exchange with our company Exchange 2007 server. I also use it to sync to my Outlook.com email.
    Works well, but I found that if I use push, like I used to on my Galaxy S4, it sucks the battery AND uses a huge amount of data. So I use a 15 minute schedule. Good enough.
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    11-18-2014 08:43 PM
  7. LaTuFu's Avatar
    I use Exchange with our company Exchange 2007 server. I also use it to sync to my Outlook.com email.
    Works well, but I found that if I use push, like I used to on my Galaxy S4, it sucks the battery AND uses a huge amount of data. So I use a 15 minute schedule. Good enough.
    I have my O365 account set up with push and have not had issues with data or battery. But I don't have a server setup in addition, maybe that is the difference.
    11-18-2014 09:07 PM

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