Problems with syncing Exchange Calendar


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  1. drogemeister

    drogemeister New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am having a huge issue with my exchange account. For some reason, it will not sync my calendar. When it tries, this error happens: the application email process com.android.email. When I stop it fro syncing, I don't get the error anymore. I also downloaded Touchdown and everything works with no problems. The thing is, I use both google and exchange for work and need them to both be on the same calendar. The google accounts work fine on the calendar, but it just refuses to work with the exchange calendar. I've a few calendars to see if I get both google and the exchange account to work, but nothing has so far. Any ideas?
     

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  2. GeorgeinLA

    GeorgeinLA Well-Known Member

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    I've got the same issue. I need to sync with my work Exchange calendar and it syncs from my work computer to my phone, but not in the other direction. I've called Verizon and there's no help there. I've emailed Motorola and two days later they're still "working on it". Somebody better get this solved quickly, because syncing a phone and work calendar is about as basic a function as you can imagine for a smart phone, and there's no excuse for it not working perfectly right out of the box at this point in the game. Palm was doing this in 1999.
     
  3. takeshi

    takeshi Well-Known Member

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    They had wireless sync in 1999? I was a chump syncing by cable... :rolleyes:

    Are you sure the problem is your device? I'd narrow it down before pointing fingers.
     
  4. GeorgeinLA

    GeorgeinLA Well-Known Member

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    Well, obviously not wireless sync. But USB at least.

    I've checked with IT, called Verizon and emailed Motorola.
     

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