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    Default [2.0] [Exchange] Adding multiple accounts ?

    Well, I need to add two exchange accounts, one for Mail & Contacts and one for Mail & Calendar. But after adding one exchange account, I get a UIAlertView saying that Exchange Account is already configured.

    How do I add multiple Exchange accounts ?
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    If it is on the same exchange server you might want to check the subscribe options to calenders and contact folders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macom2008 View Post
    If it is on the same exchange server you might want to check the subscribe options to calenders and contact folders.
    Well, if it was on the same server, I would have obviously checked both options and would not need to create two different accounts!!
    So, your reply is totally meaningless !
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    You can't configure multiple exchange accounts.
    Multiple activesync accounts is also not possible on windowz mobile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesky View Post
    You can't configure multiple exchange accounts.
    Multiple activesync accounts is also not possible on windowz mobile.
    Ok. Thanks for the info. So, I will integrate both services now...
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    Bringing an old thread back to life here in hopes of finding a solution to limitation on syncing to more than one exchange server. I've heard people say this is a limitation in the ActiveSync specs, but the Palm Pre syncs with multiple exchange servers out of the box. Moreover, the above post regarding Windows Mobile is actually incorrect. It IS possible to have a WinMo device sync with 2 or more exchange servers . . . it just requires a simple registry hack. I used to do it all the time when I had WinMo phones. A link to the WinMo hack is below.

    BSKB-000003: Synchronize a Windows Mobile 6 device with multiple Exchange mailboxes - Bitshift Knowledge Base

    Now I know there is no "registry" in the iPhone OS. However, I'm wondering whether this WinMo hack might provide a clue as to what needs to be done to allow this to work on the iPhone? If anyone has thoughts on this issue, they'd be greatly appreciated.

 

 

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