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Doug's Mailbag: Mobile Exchange

Readers give their thoughts on Exchange apps for mobile platforms.

My experience with the Android outlook client is that it's fantastic. I have 30 users on it every day, including me. We use hosted exchange and have full access.
-Thomas

My Windows 6.5 HTC Imagio was a painful experience. I would have gone for the Windows phone 7 had Verizon offered some device options to choose from. In the end I went with the Galaxy Nexus. The Touchdown client works well, and I have had no complaints with the Exchange client nor the device.
-Jerry

Sorry, but many phones have problems. We have Exchange 2003 and it doesn't play well with most phones and it takes a little bit to get it to work. I support BlackBerry devices, iPhones, Win 7 Phones and different flavors of Android phones. I also manage a separate Exchange 2007 and almost everything works the first time.

I've used Touchdown when my Droid X came out -- it wouldn't connect to my Exchange 2003. Motorola found a bug with the Android app and gave me a few licenses to Touchdown. It worked flawlessly. Its modern technology -- while it seems like they should just work, there are always little glitches.
-DK

We have  around 347 Android users. The rest are iPhones (500 or so) and two Windows Phone 7 devices. Everyone is pretty good with their particular unit as far as e-mail goes, but the Windows users still complain about random freezes and reboots.
-Anonymous

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Posted by Doug Barney on 09/19/2012 at 1:19 PM


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