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  • Gary_54 Level 1 Level 1
    I think Apple had (has) a simple fix available they overlooked. Replace all the phones that can't meet the standard.

    For those people who need and rely on this mail service, they should supply the hardware which actually meets the stated abilities.

    Every phone sold and used prior to 3.1 which accessed Exchange encrypted services compromised the security of the organization which used them.

    I have been an Apple user and advocate for years, but this was a "there is NO excuse for this" stupid blunder of major proportions that they should take equally serious measures to address

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  • JRB2 Level 1 Level 1
    A fellow worker just acquired an unlocked iPhone 3G. It has been updated with OS 3.1.2. He is able to sync with Microsoft Exchange 2007 (mail, contacts and calendar). Everything is working ok.

    Maybe the Exchange Server we use has the encryption requirement turned off??

    Now I have to decide if I want to update my iphone 3G to 3.1.2 and see if it will sync for me??
  • dgalvan123 Level 1 Level 1
    I went ahead and upgraded my iphone 3G, and I have had no problems syncing with my work Exchange account. Apparently my work just doesn't have the mobile encryption box checked. Lucky me!
  • JRB2 Level 1 Level 1
    Updated my iphone 3G to os 3.1.2 last night and no problem with Exchange 2007. Encryption must be turned off??
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