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  1. Annoyed

    Annoyed New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi, my name is Mike. I chose 'Annoyed' cos of the obtuse way in which questions are handled by HTC staff. I have just purchased an HTC Desire only to find their super HTC Sync 3 does not work with Outlook 2010 X64.

    And trying to get an acknowlegement and a sensible response is nigh impossible.

    Anyway look forward to deeper conversations with the forums.

    Mike
     

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  2. Roze

    Roze Hiding behind a mystery VIP Member

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    Hi Mike,

    Welcome to Android Forums! Well I hope you can find your answer to your outlook issue here!

    This is the Desire Forum, so you can go down and see what they have to say about your new phone: HTC Desire - Android Forums

    I'm not sure what Android version you have, but with Android 2.2, there is a much better intergration Outlook. You can check the Application Forums for answers to Android and Outlook: Android Applications - Android Forums

    I hope you won't be annoyed for very long and you get outlook to work with your phone.

    Enjoy you stay here!!!

    Cheers,
    Roze
     
  3. Steven58

    Steven58 Reformed PH VIP Member

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    Welcome to Android Forums! Glad you signed up. :D

    Yeah, you'll get answers here, bro!
     
  4. bass2rez

    bass2rez Active Member

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    Welcome Annoyed Mike ;)

    I'm new to the forum too, also with a new HTC Desire.

    I'm an IT admin, so I would be interested in your particular problem also. At my work we have Exchange 2007 x64 currently, but we dont allow Android phones to connect to our network, only Windows Mobile phones. However, I'm hoping that can change in the future, especially as it seems that Android supports remote wipe, making it viable for business use.

    Cheers,
    Steve
     
  5. Leftyguy

    Leftyguy Well-Known Member

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    Hi Mike - Glad your onboard with the Android Forums - Cheers :p
     
  6. HTC-Fandroid

    HTC-Fandroid Well-Known Member

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    Hi Mike and welcome on board. :)

    Hope you can get a satisfactory answer.




    HTC-F
     

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