The Evo and .CER Files

I just discovered that the Evo will recognize and allow the installation of .CER files. However, doing so did not make a difference with respect to the Exchange Active Sync issues I have been having with it (and the Hero). I am in the process of moving my mailbox back to Exchange 2007. I will try both the Hero and Evo once the move is done. I will also try the Kin Two (I just got one today, and it is having issues with Exchange 2010 as well).


About Tim Smeltzer
I am a husband, father, and technologist. While I am very much interested in almost all technology, my current area of specialty is secure mobile messaging. You will find me blogging from time to time on mobile technology - what I think is cool, what I think is not cool, and how to do things. Please be nice if you leave me comments. I am really trying to help!

2 Responses to The Evo and .CER Files

  1. Adam says:

    I’m very interested if you get any traction on this. I would love to have DoD email on my device.

  2. Tim Smeltzer says:

    Adam, there are several Android devices that you can do EAS with now. The EVO is now one of them (if you have applied the 28 June update). I believe that the Incredible is also working with EAS. As far as I know, neither of these devices requires the installation of the certificates to work.

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