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EMail Clients(Apps) that support OWA

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by dogdaynoon, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. dogdaynoon

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    Let's get real here.
    There are tons of threads that cover email on the droid.
    But Seriously....
    What are some good apps that support OWA <--
    Emoze is the only one I can find so far, however it is not supported on droid at this time.
    This should be a very basic piece of software....
    - connect to a https:// site - you may need to install a security certificate?
    - logon with username and password
    - send / recieve mail
     

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  2. A.Nonymous

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    Why do you need support for OWA? Can you not get mail through ActiveSync?
     
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    Man I saw the end of the title of this thread and I thought it said "support for IOWA" >.>
     
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    Touchdown supports OWA access but is paid app and cost $20. You have a 30 day demo version. Don't know if it works for Droid.
     
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    Not all Exchange environments are configured identically. My employer is a BB-only shop but OWA access would be possible.


    Everyone has something that they consider as "should be very basic" -- the list is endless but development resources are never infinite. Let's do get real here: ActiveSync is generally preferable. The number of people specifically needing OWA-only is very tiny.

    Been using it on my Droid since I first got it.
     
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    I don't think Touchdown uses OWA. I think it uses RPC. I'm not positive on that though.
     

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