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Old August 30th, 2010, 11:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone have Hotmail Exchange Activesync working?

Supposedly they threw the "On" switch today. Except Android is not officially supported there have been reports Android users have it working as well.

I am trying touchdown for exchange 2.X and at least got the email from hotmail detecting I was trying to access it.

Any luck from others? I care alot more about this than OTA. I'm rooted

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It's working for some people: http://www.liveside.net/main/archive/2010/08/30/exchange-activesync-now-available.aspx

May not work with your Android device though.... (Doesn't work with my HTC Desire on 2.2)
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I just use hotmail with the HTC mail app that came with the phone. Works fine and gives notifications in the bar.
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I just use hotmail with the HTC mail app that came with the phone. Works fine and gives notifications in the bar.
Unfortunately that uses the POP protocol, which is pretty naff.
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whats wrong with POP protocol?
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whats wrong with POP protocol?
It doesn't sync fully, so if you delete a message on the phone it doesn't delete on the web server, you can't have folders syncing, can't have contacts and calendar syncing.
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Default Yea!

I downloaded the stock android email apk and it works. Like a charm. But I don't like the basic UI, limited functionality and only can download 3 months email I think. I don't keep many emails but some date back longer.

So I downloaded Touchdown's Exchange for 2.0 and it works like a charm but takes a little finesse to set up.

You need to add "\" befoore your email address, which Android Email does by default on that exchange server.

If somebody can recommend a screen capture app I'll try to put up the settings.

Touchdown is free for 30 days. I intend to pay the $20 after that. It's worth it to me.
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How did you guys get touchdown working? Seems a great app but cant seem to get it working. What settings did you change/set? There seems a lot and I'm not 100% sure what it requires hot hotmail exchnage autosync?
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How did you guys get touchdown working? Seems a great app but cant seem to get it working. What settings did you change/set? There seems a lot and I'm not 100% sure what it requires hot hotmail exchnage autosync?
The apps in the market don't work. There's a beta version of Touchdown that works wonderfully. Go here:

Installing the latest beta - NitroDesk TouchDown | Google Groups
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Now it's time for me to ask a question - does anyone know of any apps that support multiple ActiveSync accounts simultaneously?? And don't say Touchdown - while touchdown can be configured for multiple Exchange accounts (via multiple profiles), it can't receive push e-mail to them at the same time. Does this capability exist anywhere?

I have Touchdown and Roadsync running at the same time to serve this purpose but the demos will expire eventually and I'm not terribly impressed with Roadsync for a number of reasons.
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BTW Touchdown supports full htm email and pinch to zoom. Sorry can;t answer your question about multiple activesync accounts simultaneously.

For settings, username is

name@hotmail.com

but email needs a "\"

\name@hotmail.com
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Tested and Stock Email APK works but functionality stinks. HTC Mail is still a no go for Hotmail Activesync on 2.2
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Ok, it looks like hotmail updated their email service for android because I am now seeing emails being deleted on both my phone and on the computer... so the active exchange sync is now working.

2 days ago, the entire hotmail system was down for many android users including myself. I suspected they were updating their email system and yesterday, the system was back up.

I deleted my hotmail account and redid it with just the pop protocol and I'm getting the full functionality of having emails syncing on the server and on the phone.

I'm so happy I don't need to double delete emails now!
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So I downloaded Touchdown's Exchange for 2.0 and it works like a charm but takes a little finesse to set up.

You need to add "\" befoore your email address, which Android Email does by default on that exchange server.
How the heck did you figure that out? It works great, I have the full TD version w/ multiple EAS accounts. Thanks a lot.
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Now it's time for me to ask a question - does anyone know of any apps that support multiple ActiveSync accounts simultaneously?? And don't say Touchdown - while touchdown can be configured for multiple Exchange accounts (via multiple profiles), it can't receive push e-mail to them at the same time. Does this capability exist anywhere?

I have Touchdown and Roadsync running at the same time to serve this purpose but the demos will expire eventually and I'm not terribly impressed with Roadsync for a number of reasons.
Only thing I found that will do that is a Blackberry. I do miss that but have grown accustomed to syncing multiple accounts one by one. Not optimal, however.
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I can't get Touchdown to work at all. Even with the "\" before user id and email.

RoadSync needs more features. It is hard to decipher new emails from ones just sitting in inbox. Also you can't use many of the Calendar widgets because it uses its own calendar system as opposed to utilizing the Android system.

Was really looking forward to EAS Hotmail...but oh well, I guess.
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How the heck did you figure that out? It works great, I have the full TD version w/ multiple EAS accounts. Thanks a lot.
I think I read it somewhere. Then when I tried setting things up in touchdown it did it automatically although I still had other issues. So I deleted all settings, and instead of letting touchdown do any settings I configured it myself. Everything worked from the get go.

I agree MS may have tweaked their servers. I was without data for a few days until Monday. TD showed it was syncing but I got nothing. So I deleted all settings and re-configured. Good to go. oddly enough it also reset my 30 day trial I do intend to pay. This app is great.

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ok finally got touchdown to work now thanks!
Can you post step by step?

This is what I did to no avail:

Email: \name@mydomain.com (hotmail hosted activesync account)
PW: password
NEXT
User ID: \name@mydomain.com
Domain: BLANK
Server: m.hotmail.com
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SSL: Yes
Activesync, Exchange 2003 and 2007 all checked

The log reads that configuration failed. I tried removing the "\" and then both combinations of it in user id but not in email and vice versa.
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dont put the \ for the email, just the user id
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Thanks for the reply...but it didn't work. I am just going to give up for now.

EDIT: Can't configure server, but I see some contacts and some mail. It's very strange. In the manual settings section, when I add the "\" it automatically takes it out when I hit save and then checks the box (this is my email)

EDIT 2: Found an article that recommends the BETA found here http://groups.google.com/group/nitrodesk/web/installing-the-latest-beta

Trying now.

EDIT 3: It worked. Thanks.
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I get email to sync but I cant get contacts to sync. I even tried the Beta and zero. Other than Touchdown I used roadsync, it worked fine but it only allows for 1 exchange profile. is there a BETTER app that does multi exchange sync that works with Hotmail?
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the vanilla email works on for me for now. Not sure about contact sync but i think it will work too
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the vanilla email works on for me for now. Not sure about contact sync but i think it will work too
When you say "vanilla email" are you referring to the HTC Mail app, or some stock Android app? If the latter, how do I get it to work with my DInc? I have Froyo, not rooted...
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email app from other android devices like driod and such. you can search and find the APK for it pretty easily, took me 2 minutes before i think
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email app from other android devices like driod and such. you can search and find the APK for it pretty easily, took me 2 minutes before i think
Don't suppose you could point me to the specific one you found? Feeling like the ones I'm finding are on kinda sketchy sites. And any special instructions for installing it it might require...
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Nevermind, found a thread elsewhere on this forum for other HTC folks that were having the same problem. Wonder why it didn't show up on my previous searches?

Vanilla 2.2 mail .apk?

The Moto Droid version handles multiple Hotmail accounts just fine. Now to uninstall Touchdown and Roadsync! Thank God I discovered this before the demos expired...
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Nevermind, found a thread elsewhere on this forum for other HTC folks that were having the same problem. Wonder why it didn't show up on my previous searches?

Vanilla 2.2 mail .apk?

The Moto Droid version handles multiple Hotmail accounts just fine. Now to uninstall Touchdown and Roadsync! Thank God I discovered this before the demos expired...
Yep, I did the same thing. I have the Email.APK from xda-developers CM6 something or other with Exchange Security removed. Not sure of the advantages.

FYI...if you don't like the color the mail app assigns to the account....just remove and start over.
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My hotmail reply to address is showing as "\username"@hotmail.com when using Touchdown. Does anyone know how to remedy this?
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My hotmail reply to address is showing as "\username"@hotmail.com when using Touchdown. Does anyone know how to remedy this?

How old is your hotmail account? Is it possible that you have no name filled out in your hotmail profile. I am not sure about touchdown...but other EAS clients use what's on the server end for Name. I would check there first.
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I'm having an odd problem here.

Used the vanilla Email program to configure Hotmail as an Exchange account. All of the sync settings are defined correctly. Email & calendar both work correctly, but contacts are not syncing. I purged all of the contacts from Outlook & Hotmail, copied them back into Outlook & verified that they synced to Hotmail; but they have not moved to the phone. A test contact made on the phone has not moved to Hotmail.

Gmail is set to sync email only.

Any ideas beyond wipe & try again?
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I'm having an odd problem here.

Used the vanilla Email program to configure Hotmail as an Exchange account. All of the sync settings are defined correctly. Email & calendar both work correctly, but contacts are not syncing. I purged all of the contacts from Outlook & Hotmail, copied them back into Outlook & verified that they synced to Hotmail; but they have not moved to the phone. A test contact made on the phone has not moved to Hotmail.

Gmail is set to sync email only.

Any ideas beyond wipe & try again?
Is the test contact a "PHONE" contact? That's all I can think of at the moment...
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Cool Touchdown is, well a touchdown!

I can happily report that, for me at least, I have Touchdown very happily connected to my Hotmail account AND my corporate email account via separate profiles.

I just followed the basic settings as described at the top of this post and I was off and away.

I just used my @Live address for my login and, as instructed, left my Domain blank.

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Did a factory reset, started over & everything worked immediately. I suppose trying HTC Mail & Touchdown had gummed up the works.

Having a free service that wirelessly syncs email, contacts & calendar is outstanding. What the mobile world's been waiting for, IMO.
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I have set up my hotmail with EAS and its working just fine. I have the original droid (I couldn't fine this anywhere else so I'm posting here), and there is no option for HTML emails, everything comes through as plain text.

Is there a way around this with the stock droid email?

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HTC Email has real difficulty with this in my experience. I downloaded the droid mail apk which worked fine but as mentioned aboveis not HTML. I used touchdown beta and had full activesync. I paid for the full version yesterday. Probably the only app I've paid more than $.99 for.

Well worth it. Exchange for Android is the version for Incredible.
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Hotmail using corporate sync is working on Droid 2...can't ask for anything more than this...great...
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Does touchdown give notifications and unread counter for homepage widget? I hope M$ fixes this soon..
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Hi all. Some co-workers and I share a Hotmail calendar, and I'm sorting out how to access it from my device, short of going to the internet site and putting in the passwords every time. (I've never had a personal Hotmail account and don't use it for email or contacts.)

I read through this thread hoping to find an answer, but haven't quite. Since I only need the calendar, not the email or contacts, I'm wondering what's the best practice - set up the Hotmail account through EAS? or POP? Or is it worth getting an app? Thanks for any ideas or suggestions.
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