Looking for Good Exchange Host for one EVO Phone.Support


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  1. David737

    David737 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have been using 4smartphone.net and am not pleased with their technical support with Sprint and/or the EVO and their Exchange service. Is anyone pleased with their Exchange Host service and using an Android 2.1 system like the EVO? I have a contact database with 1500 names and some of the notes fields in the contacts are 2000 to 4000 characters long. I want an Exchange Host Service that understands connection to the Sprint EVO and has a technical support phone number that answers questions with solutions and does not just blame the problem on Sprint
     

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  2. flcusat

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    I've ben using MailStreet now for a couple of year to host my exchange server successfully. Before the Evo I had a BB Curve, and now with the Evo it has been working beautifully
     
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    Outrigger Well-Known Member

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    Try themessagecenter.com. been with them ever since my treo days. no problems from the treos to the blackberrys, pre and now evo.
     
  4. dtrose

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    Look at Sherweb.com
    3GB Boxes for $8.95/mo....Great Support
     
  5. mkanet

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    I know this is an old thread, but I just had to respond. You heard it here first... CloudBlock.com has changed Exchange hosting standards a couple of months ago.

    Exchange is finally cheap enough for personal use (not just for businesses). Certainly, much nicer than free gmail/yahoo/hotmail pop3/IMAP services. No even comparable.

    $35/YEAR - 10GB mailboxes with OWA, Activesynch mobile, spam protection.
    or...
    $40/YEAR
    - 25GB mailboxes with OWA, Activesynch mobile, spam protection.


    Surprisingly, native Android 2.x ActiveSynch Exchange support is better than their own Gmail support. I'm now using the app "Touchdown" for all my email, tasks, notes, calendar, and contacts (all synched perfectly).
     
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    Gekko Well-Known Member

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  7. mkanet

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    The reason is obvious. There's a reason why almost nobody uses a cheaper gmail apps solution at businesses. Google apps still feels like a toy IMO; and, in most cases, requires a clunky web browser.

     
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