My Inc is hooked up to my Exchange account, which requires a password to be entered after a certain amount of time has elapsed (no longer than 10 minutes). The problem I'm having is that if I set the Inc's "screen timeout" to the maximum allowed (10 minutes), my bright screen stays on the entire time, burning the battery. On the other hand, if I set the "screen timeout" for 30 seconds, the screen locks and goes dark, but then every time I need to briefly use my phone, I have to enter a password, which is annoying and time consuming. What I want to be able to do is have my screen go dark after 30 seconds, but the password protection shouldn't come on until the 10 minute mark. I downloaded "Screen Mode Widget Lite" to accomplish this, but I've found that, while this application dims the screen after 30 seconds, it also somehow circumvents the Exchange-required password altogether, even when set to "easy unlock." Thus, if I have "Screen Mode Widget lite" turned on to "Easy unlock," and my Inc's "Screen Timeout" set to the 10 minute maximum, the screen will dim after 30 seconds, but will never ask me for a password. This creates a major security hole. Is there any way to do what I'm asking: dim the screen after 30 seconds with the password protection turning on at the 10 minute of non-use mark?