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Cyanogen and Exchange

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Hey.

I followed the, very excellent, guide to getting 2.2 for noobs on this forum, and successfully installed Cyanogen mod 6.1.1

Now after doing this, I find out that the mail client in that version, has trouble communicating with Exchange 2010 SP1.

There is another mail client available on the Cyanogen forums though: http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/topic/13900-fix-exchange-2010-activesync/ ://http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/topic/...10-activesync/ ://http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/topic/...10-activesync/

Could a helpful member of this and the cyanogenmod forums grab the file Email.apk attached to the thread linked above. (he forgot to attach it to the original post but it IS there about a page down)

This is both so that I don't have to create another forum account, but also I cant be the only one here with this problem..

I also got hold of the very nice leaked mail client from HTC sense, but it force closes on my phone, which is sad because I would rather have used that.

Thanks.

(edit).. nevermind.. created an account myself, still cant connect to Exchange though... sucks.

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Hey.

I followed the, very excellent, guide to getting 2.2 for noobs on this forum, and successfully installed Cyanogen mod 6.1.1

Now after doing this, I find out that the mail client in that version, has trouble communicating with Exchange 2010 SP1.

There is another mail client available on the Cyanogen forums though: http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/topic/13900-fix-exchange-2010-activesync/ ://http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/topic/...10-activesync/ ://http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/topic/...10-activesync/ ://http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/topic/...10-activesync/

Could a helpful member of this and the cyanogenmod forums grab the file Email.apk attached to the thread linked above. (he forgot to attach it to the original post but it IS there about a page down)

This is both so that I don't have to create another forum account, but also I cant be the only one here with this problem..

I also got hold of the very nice leaked mail client from HTC sense, but it force closes on my phone, which is sad because I would rather have used that.

Thanks.

(edit).. nevermind.. created an account myself, still cant connect to Exchange though... sucks.

I recommend Cyanogenmod 7 android 2.3.3 by mur4ik.Maybe it's fixed in this version.

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