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EB01 and Exchange

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rick2934, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. rick2934

    rick2934 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I installed EB01 Superclean and now my exchange email won't work. It says that my exchange server requires a security feature that is not supported by my device. It worked prior when I had DL09. Any ideas on how to get this working? The server requires encryption of data and I think that's what it's saying it doesn't support.
     

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  2. MJMcMahon

    MJMcMahon Well-Known Member

    I had no issues upgrading to EB01 SC2.2 Voodoo...what version of Exchange is your company on?
     
  3. sdog21

    sdog21 Lurker

    I had the exact same issue. Had to reflash back to DL09. If anyone has a solution to this, please let me know
     
  4. nunyazz

    nunyazz Android Enthusiast

    No issues for me either. Not sure what the problem could be.
     
  5. sdog21

    sdog21 Lurker

    Interesting. Maybe its the different exchange server builds. I believe we use 2003 exchange server, and its probably a custom build too, the corp i work for is unfathomably ginourmous, all our windows platforms, etc are custom builds.
    I think it does have something to do with the extra security feature that the OP mentioned.
    On my phone, when i power it on, i have to enter a password (setup when i setup the email) before i can get past the "emergency calls" only lock screen....does anyone else have to do this on their exchange email?
     
  6. MJMcMahon

    MJMcMahon Well-Known Member

    Nope....it's got to be a custom setup on your Exchange server, although I don't believe that's something that 2003 supports. Possible Exchange 2010?
     
  7. s44

    s44 Android Enthusiast

    Try one of the zillion variants of Email.apk floating around the SGS boards. (I know there are a number of them in the XDA Captivate forums.)
     
  8. rick2934

    rick2934 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    The problem was that there was no encyption support in the new EB01 email app. I downloaded touchdown by exchange and it works great. It's pricey but free for a month to try it out.
     
  9. jamesnmandy

    jamesnmandy Android Enthusiast

    the new Froyo email app works with the new Administrator policies that can be enforced on a mobile

    Android 2.2 Platform Highlights | Android Developers

    read up!

    here's my problem with it. our sys admin has it enabled, but he is cool and has not flipped the switch on any of the rather oppressive ones, like they can disable text messaging or disable mobile web service on your handset from the system.....when you allow it to have administrative rights you are allowing the sys admin nearly complete control over your handset

    which is fine if you have a company provided cell, lots of people get issues company DroidX's and other Android devices, we have a progressive company and they dropped Blackberry which is good....in some ways

    but what about people like me who already owned their own Android device but want to be able to use Exchange mail? I have to give the company sys admin the same credentials to my phone as to the company owned ones, so if he were to enforce lets say, not allowing texting company wide.....my texting gets nuked until i remove the Exchange account.....

    they can lock your device or even remote wipe it too......

    http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/admin/device-admin.html


    at least thats the way i understand it
     
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