wyldkao Absent Member.
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Whether Andriod could not receive ActiveSync setting or not

HI
I use a HTC Desire (2.3.3) and a Nexus One Simulator 2.3.3 (by using Andriod SDK) to testing andriod mode. when I install ZMM Agent and enroll fine. I check some function...it seem almost fine, but mail seem not be set. after iOS enroll, and it will add activesync mail setting to Mail function,but Andriod does not do anything...I check these Andriods, the Mail seem empty, no setting in there.

Whether the Andriod support ZMM's ActiveSync as Mail or not ??

thanks!!


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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Whether Andriod could not receive ActiveSync setting or not

wyldkao wrote:

> I use a HTC Desire (2.3.3) and a Nexus One Simulator 2.3.3 (by using
> Andriod SDK) to testing andriod mode. when I install ZMM Agent and
> enroll fine. I check some function...it seem almost fine, but mail
> seem not be set. after iOS enroll, and it will add activesync mail
> setting to Mail function,but Andriod does not do anything...I check
> these Andriods, the Mail seem empty, no setting in there.


You must use Touchdown on Android if you want the ActiveSync mail
account to be autoprovisioned by ZMM.

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wyldkao Absent Member.
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Re: Whether Andriod could not receive ActiveSync setting or

Hi Marton
So like native iOS (no touchdown) could receive ActiveSync setting (I set Exchange2007) when it enroll to ZMM, native Andriod Mail setting un-support,right ?
But I check the [mail] icon from Andriod device, it indeed could select [Exchange ActiveSync]. @_@?? My testing Andriod is HTC Desire version 2.3.3)

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Re: Whether Andriod could not receive ActiveSync setting or not

wyldkao wrote:

> So like native iOS (no touchdown) could receive ActiveSync setting
> (I set Exchange2007) when it enroll to ZMM, native Andriod Mail
> setting un-support,right ?
> But I check the [mail] icon from Andriod device, it indeed could
> select [Exchange ActiveSync]. @_@?? My testing Andriod is HTC Desire
> version 2.3.3)


Yes, the Android mail client works just fine when configured to use ZMM
as an ActiveSync proxy. The mail account simply won't be
autoprovisioned unless Touchdown is used.

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