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Old June 1st, 2012, 06:26 PM   #6 (permalink)
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So if it an android put your own personal SD Card into the Phone go into your settings and phone storge and tell your phone to move everything onto your sd card. You might have to do somethings your self like move your emails or apps, but if it is your own phone they do not have the right to wipe everything off your phone. But they can not touch your phone if you do not want them to. they can kick you off there Exchange Server tho so you will not have access to the Company Email anymore

When you put a device on a corporate mail server you typically will need to agree that they have the right to wipe the device. They will require this to protect intellectual property that has the potential to be saved to the device by virtue of it being connected to their mail server. If you choose to use your own phone so you can get mobile email, that's your choice and you don't have to, if they require you have mobile email they should provide the device so you should have no problem accepting that they may wipe it remotely since it technically belongs to them.
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