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Stupid mistake - no full keyboard support
I don't know if this app is worth while or not because the keyboard it uses doesn't have all of the keys that are in my passwords. I can't even test it out because it doesn't support a full keyboard layout. That's a stupid oversight and demonstrates that the developer(s) place little value on the good judgement of their consumers, and denigrates the concept of having and keeping strong passwords. PS. Your momma's a toothless punk.
iPhone 4a iOS 6 on Jun 8, 2013 for iMExchange 2
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President
I've been struggling for months in getting my notes to sync with my iphone. It has caused major issues with productivity outside of the office. This app is an absolute life saver! Best app on my iphone5!
tstark24 on May 28, 2013 for iMExchange 2
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Ronin069 on May 25, 2013 for iMExchange 2
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Used to love it - until I upgraded to Outlook 2010
This app was wonderful until we updated to Outlook 2010 - now it doesn't work.
Ken Malvey on May 21, 2013 for iMExchange 2
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ImExchange does not work, can't edit, no save button
I just paid for an upgrade and installed imexchange 2. I can't edit any task because there is no save button. There is no support. DO NOT PURCHASE!!!!!!! HOW DO I GET A FULL REFUND.
RalphandNorton on May 19, 2013 for iMExchange 2
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Works with 2010!
I was disappointed to the review complaining about 2010 support. This can work with Exchange but the server may need configuration. No activesync devices support notes sync. This app uses EWS (Exchange Web Services). This does however mean that non-microsoft servers that license activesync wont be supported anytime soon. On Exchange 2010+ the server must be configured for this type of access. This could be something simple on the server or require considerable infrastructure change depending on the environment. Contact your IT administrator as you should before using any app like this.
Robwle on May 15, 2013 for iMExchange 2
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