HTC Sync + PUSH Exchange Server


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    krohnjw Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I understand that HTC Sync will allow for syncing with an exchange server (not just desktop client software). Can anyone confirm that it supports push email and not just periodic checking?

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  3. Fork

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    Push email works just fine for me. I have my HTC Hero configured to connect to my Exchange 2007 server and as soon as I get an email via Exchange it is sent straight on to my HTC Hero.
     
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    krohnjw Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Excellent - Thanks for the response. Not having used the SW I wasn't sure if push was an option or it relied on periodic checking.
     
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    tallelf78 Well-Known Member

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    is there any Push support for online IMAP/POP accounts (i.e. Hotmail, Gmail, etc...)

    forgive me cause I don't know what technologies support instant email.
     
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    Is there any way to get the notification area to show you a preview of the sender/subject of the incoming new email?

    All I get is an email icon with "New email". I get hundreds of emails daily, and I don't need a notification to tell me I have a new email, since I can almost always assume that. What I'd like to see is the most recent email subject/sender, and perhaps the number of new emails that have arrived.
     
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    The same as mine. But I have to deal with the untrust certificate nearly everyday. Is there any option about always trust it or something? quite boring to press a sequence of confirm.
     
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    I don't know if you can tell Android to always trust a self-signed certificate. My Exchange server has a properly-signed certificate installed so I don't have this issue.

    GoDaddy do properly-signed certificates for $90 (I've found you need to buy the multiple-domain certificate for it all to work properly), but you can often get 30% off this using a GoDaddy coupon code.
     

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