Hi all, I'm anxiously awaiting arrival of my Galaxy Note 3. First thing I need to do when I get it, however, is get it set up to access my work e-mail. Our corporate e-mail is based on a corporate-hosted Microsoft Exchange server and I access it on my desktop through Outlook, and it's one of those deals that when accessing it on a phone it passes down the security and forces me to have a password on my iPhone currently. I've been told that security package does some various encryption stuff as well that I don't fully understand. So I'm trying to find out what my first steps should be ahead of time so that I'm not scrambling around when I finally get the new phone. Ideally I would have an interface that can do the following: 1) Allow easy access to incoming e-mail, and allow me to send out e-mails. 2) Allow for syncing e-mail, contacts, and calendar items. 3) Support for e-mail signatures. 4) Preferably an app that doesn't force my entire phone to be encrypted, but if that's not possible I can live with it. 5) I don't have a g-mail account and would prefer not to have to get one. It may be possible that I can use whatever the stock capability is for e-mail, but I don't mind downloading an app if it will work better. Many thanks for any suggestions!