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The security requirements set by the Exchange server admins are designed to protect their company information. They don't want to risk you losing your phone and having any random person read your company email. If a thief tries to brute-force the lock code, the email program will force a factory reset after a certain number of failures. Personally, I think ...
the answer has already been stated. This is a phone setting issue. The downloaded email are not deleted but are simply not showing on the phone when the phone initiates the sync with the server. The settings are as identified above: All, OneDay, ThreeDays, OneWeek, TwoWeeks, OneMonth. So if you choose three days you will only see the past three days of ...
Firstly where are the duplicates from? You should be able to selectively sync items from exchange, thus uncheck the contacts section. Furthermore, some default contact apps allow "link", where you can link all aspects of the contacts. I gather your issue is for phone, mobile, email etc it is creating another contact. The fact that they are reappearing ...
A bug may have corrupted the app's data. You could try resetting the 'data' portion instead of just the 'cache'. This would essentially make the app reset to factory default (but only that app, not the rest of the phone). You would have to redo all of your settings, but the important parts (emails) are on the exchange server, so it wouldn't be too difficult ...
There is currently no way of doing it. You can download apps again to the same userid account on different devices, but you cannot transfer those licenses to other userids. So you'll have to rebuy the apps on one account which you wish to keep if you want to stop using both accounts.
I'm willing to bet that you can't change it. It's probably being enforced by AirWatch as part of your company's security policies. They have disabled HTML email; so that means HTML email will be converted to plain text.
The link below shows how to actually achieve this: Adding .cer certificates on your Android Phone It's been answered in this question, in another context, but I hope it helps you.
Go to settings, go to Accounts on top of screen, choose your account, tap on Settings, tap on your account again, tap Sync settings on top, tap on "Period to sync Email".
Try this email app, it works very good with hotmail and outlook account
Android tends to work better with Google's mail (Gmail). I don't have any knowledge specifically of BT as I am a Yank, so I can't address that. I just read up on the BT/Yahoo split and looked around for a couple of minutes for a solution for you, but it didn't look good. I would recommend Gmail and then grit your teeth and make the switch.
Try Contacts + from the play store.It is powered with text messaging, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and much more - all in one place.
You have to switch to Blackberry to have the Blackberry HUB or you can try the HUB for Android.
I switched to a 3rd party Exchange app and set the built-in Email application to Manual sync. It seems to work now.
K-9 Mail app (available on PlayStore) will filter by attachments, plus several other choices. It is open sourced and free.
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