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I was able to get mine set-up with Exchange 2010 and it worked great for a few weeks. Now I'm missing the ability to add a Task or place a Task in the trash. My issue is I contacted the developer and received no answer, nothing, nada, zip. So, the result is this post because now the App is useless. Sure would like to hear how to fix the glitch.
festman on Sep 10, 2011 for iMExchange 2
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Not a double cost
Please note that this app is not charged twice if you have and iPhone and an iPad. The upgrade is account driven, I first downloaded it on my iPhone and then when upgrading the iPad, the app knew I had already upgraded it and didn't charge me. So far this app rocks and I keep all my tasks synched with my PC, iPhone and iPad!!
Pturchi on Sep 4, 2011 for iMExchange 2
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needs more key characters
I have ex 2007 and i cant get it to connect because of the login format. My server requires a "domainusername" type of format, not seperate. The way the have the keypad setup here doesnt allow you to input a"" backslash stroke. It looks like a great app but until they change this it isn't useful to me because of the inability to connect.
dwynn001 on Sep 1, 2011 for iMExchange 2
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Beware the hidden cost
The app works fine, but be aware that the iPad and iPhone applications are distinct, so if you use both it will cost $16 to keep it running past 30 days. That is FAR too much for its functionality.
Ignatz23 on Aug 26, 2011 for iMExchange 2
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Not worth the cost
Great idea, poor execution. I will definitely consider this app if there are future updates, but only because there are so few solutions out there to access Outlook tasks on the iPhone. In addition (but not related to the performance of the app), it was very confusing that to get the full app, you need to do it via an in-app purchase entitled "upgrade to continual sync." Just one more thing to make this seem like a quickly-slapped together app that could be much better.
Benjerglen on Aug 23, 2011 for iMExchange 2
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Works with Exchange 2010
People have said that this does not work with Exchange 2010, but it works fine for me!
yainga on Aug 23, 2011 for iMExchange 2
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