iMExchange 2: Strong exchange compatibility Review

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Strong exchange compatibility
Very good functionality and in my experience strong Exchange 2010 compatibility. My only complaint is the new update has limited the set reminders functionality and flexibility.
Carbsrule on Apr 10, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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Was great until....
Was great until I had to have a new IPad and now it will not work---have emailed the creator 3 times and still have gotten no response. Paid for the upgrade and it won't re-download to the new IPad + it will not let me create tasks on my IPad. This had been my saving app to allow me to use the IPhone---without this app working I need to go back to the Windows mobile devices that have a task application that actually is worth using. I would have given it 5 stars when it worked--to bad the creators make to much $$ to respond to people that have already paid them :(
Love my kids! on Apr 7, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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Unstable on my iPad 3
I can connect just fine to my exchange server 2003. The app works just fine for a period of time. Then the trash, plus and checkmark icons disappear in the header. I have to delete the app and then download it again, reconnect to the server in order to get the functions back again. Very sad. I have really depended on this app.
Jack M3 on Mar 29, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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Now I can stop looking for Outlook Task apps
You found it. It's a little tricky to setup but not too bad. I am using Office365 Exchange (corporate and personal) and it works great. I have tried so many other tasks apps (toodledo, todo, etc...) this one is consistent. Like the various views too-I am using Outlook 2010 with categories and sorting is simple with the arrows. Nice app. Only thing missing is "flagged" items, which I have to use TaskTask for. TaskTask only allows 1 account though, I need 2 exchange accounts. If TaskTask did multiple accounts, that would be great.
MacFreakVA on Mar 27, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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Does not work with exchange
When I moved to public mail server (Go Daddy) notes syncs but tasks do not. Works on a corporate server. Hopefully, Apple will be days soon at categories to reminders and then this app will be out of business.
WV deve on Mar 25, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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Non-existent support
I've been using this app for about 8 months and on my few attempts to contact support, I've been ignored completely. I don't believe support exits or if they do, they don't care so long as the money keeps coming. Here are the issues I've noticed. I can't work on this app offline. If I attempt to, the app errors. Even if I try to use the app afterwards when I am connected to the Internet, it won't work. My only option is to uninstall and re-install. So long as I only use it when I'm connected to the Internet, no problems. That's why I've been using it so long, because I figured out what not to do. I don't like this but based on other apps available, this one more suits my needs. Also, since I updated to 5.1 on the iPad, I noticed something else; if I try to edit an existing task from a prior day, and I want to add a reminder other than the original reminder date, the reminder window is messed up. It won't let me select the day I want the reminder to be for and also the hour and minutes are flipped in their display. The minutes are on the left and the hours are on the right. It's weird. I can still live with the flip flop but if I can't select another day besides the original set reminder day, it makes setting reminders almost useless. I hope that the 'hidden' support team is reading this because they obviously have some talent for creating a great app. But if they don't even acknowledge customers concerns, folks won't stick around for long.
Db-guy on Mar 16, 2012 for iMExchange 2
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