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This is a great app, but it only works with Exchange servers 2003 and 2007. When we upgraded to Exchange/Office 2010 it stopped working. when will it be updated?
I<3obama on Feb 24, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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Does not work with exchange 2010
This or I should say was a great app. However after my company upgraded to exchange 2010 this app no longer works. I have tried contacting the developer multiple times but have not received a response. Apple needs to do something about this issue but has yet to help the customer. Again this is a great app when it works but it's not working now.
Raliving on Feb 21, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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Works great with 2010
Love this app for Getting Things Done integration with my Outlook tasks. Have had no problems syncing with Exchange 2010.
ElChivo2000 on Feb 20, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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No problems or issues.
pet5248 on Feb 17, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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Does App Author get access to login credentials? No response on question
Have tried numerous times to contact author but get no response on whether he gets access to user login credentials. Apple says check author's privacy policy but none exist at the author's site. How does one know with non Apple or Microsoft apps whether credentials are kept only between device and Exchange server?
Roger1dodger on Feb 6, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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I have made it work with Exchange 2010
iMExchange 2 doesn’t appear to use Outlook Web Access or ActiveSync under Exchange 2010 (and I would suspect the same is true with Exchange 2007). It actually uses Exchange Web Services, which would normally be set up as a component of Outlook Anywhere. Unfortunately, we don’t use Outlook Anywhere in this environment due to erroneous InfoSec concerns, so I needed to enable some of the functions while still restricting Outlook Anywhere. So, in order to support it or any apps like it, you need to configure your environment with some of the same things that are used for Outlook Anywhere, but you don’t have to go all the way with it. On Forefront Threat Management Gateway, you’ll need to use the Exchange Publishing Wizard to publish Outlook Anywhere (note: enable the option for Outlook 2007 extra folders when you come to it) just as you would have for ActiveSync & Outlook Web Access. You can use the same Listener you set up for the other services as well… no need for a unique IP or certificate. In addition, you’ll likely need to enable Basic Authentication for the /EWS and /OAB folders in IIS Manager on each of the Client Access Servers. At this point, iMExchange 2 should work great and all you have changed is that you are now publishing the /EWS and /OAB folders. They still require authentication, they are still protected via SSL, and Outlook Anywhere still will not work… leaving your end users’ and InfoSec needs satisfied.
jegoodin on Feb 2, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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