Evo Update fixes Exchange 2010 Active Sync issue

I just verified that the update to the Evo from 28 June 2010 fixed the issues with Exchange Active Sync and Exchange Server 2010. Great news for Evo users. I am still hoping Sprint/HTC/Google puts out a fix for the Hero.

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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 Evo Update fixes Exchange 2010 Active Sync issue

  1. Mike DiVergilio says:

    The 2.2 “Froyo” updates actually broke EAS policies, my corporate EVOs are no longer enforcing password requirements from Exchange 2007.

    • Tim Smeltzer says:

      Mike – That sucks. I haven’t seen 2.2 yet. I am going to be getting an Evo soon that I will be able to work with so I can figure out what EAS policies do and don’t work with it. Do the 2.2 devices still sync?

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