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I have found that the email client which came with my device (Droid X, stock motoblur email client) is lacking in several areas. Some of my gripes are

  • Limited number of emails shown in the inbox and no way to change this - At any given time, no matter how many emails are in my Exchange inbox, I can only see the most recent 7.
  • No option for multiple signatures - with two different business email accounts and a personal email account, I want the option to have different signatures
  • Accessing exchange folders - Items are not shown in the folders viewed on the device even though there are items in these folders

I have tried k9mail in the past, but the last few updates seem to have broken it for my device (I reinstalled twice and I still get errors when sending email and new email is not showing up in a timely manner). So are there any other options available?

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UPDATE: I have been trying the TouchDown client out and it is pretty good. The price is steep when compared to what is usually paid for an app ($20 after the 30 day trial) but I am willing to pay for something that works. –  shambleh Jan 25 '11 at 20:10
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I've been using the TouchDown client for the past month and have been very pleased with how will it works with our Exchange server. Not free, but worth a look imho.

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And they seem to have a free 30 day trial which makes this very tempting. –  shambleh Jan 20 '11 at 16:06
    
Try it out Touchdown is a great app, +1. –  Kyle Jan 20 '11 at 16:37
    
Touchdown works great. –  Will Shaver Jan 20 '11 at 20:37
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I really like Enhanced Email. It is a paid app (though I got it free from one of the Amazon app of the day promotions), and I have used it as my main client for over a year. I really like all the options and customizations you can set, and it syncs with Exchange as well as standard POP and IMAP protocols.

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