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Here's how I fixed this on my HTC One 1. Open Settings -> Apps 2. Find the Mail application in the list of all Applications 3. Press the "Clear Data" button 4. Reboot the phone. After doing this I was able to add my Exchange account
There's a known issue on Samsung devices. Please see here: http://webcazine.com/7630/how-to-solve-unable-to-sign-or-encrypt-message-certificate-not-installed-error-on-galaxy-s4/
You could always download Handcent and use its "Force Deletion" feature. I've seen that work for many others. But depending on how many SMS you have, you will need to let it sit for a while.
It turned out to be a sync error for some contacts with malformed birthday field created on Android which causes exchange to silently fail. You can debug it, by getting the Exchange server-side logs, by going to your Exchange Webmail (Outlook Web Access, OWA): Login in to webmail.yourdomain.com go to: Options -> All options -> Phone mark your current ...
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