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Cannot receive or send email with exchange-activesync even though contacts calendar are fine

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Hello,
I have got a Samsung I900 phone with Windows Mobile 6. I have spent the last day configuring the extra Virtual directories on OWA to make ActiveSync work without errors. I can now successfully synchronise my calendar, contacts and tasks but it does not seem to sync my email either to send or receive.

I don't have any errors on the device, it seems to think everything is fine. I also do not see any errors on the Exchange server. Does anyone have any ideas?
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Hello piemckay,

Is inbox set to sync "on the device" in the server source properties? does is sync if you manually hit sync?

Regards,

PeteLong
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Hello,

Sorry to trouble you. It seems it has started working now. I think it was the antivirus that was stopping the sync because it had just updated its definition files. I enabled background scanning after definition updates and it works now.

Have the points for your time.
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Cheers m8 - glad you are fixed
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