I used to carry a Blackberry but have recently switched to an Android phone. When I had the Blackberry Server running, I was able to put a "mail process delay" command in the registry so that my client-based spam program could do its filtering before I saw the spam mail on my phone. Is there a way to put in such a delay when just using Exchange Server without Blackberry? What is happening is that my Android phone gets the mail so fast that there is no spam filtering. Also I would like to keep the mail interval on my phone "as mail arrives" instead of imposing a 15 minute delay.
Displaying an arrayList in a listView using the default adapter is rarely the best solution. To get full control of your display data, and to be able to refresh it after editing, requires the use of a custom adapter.
You should read OS supplied guidelines before developing. I can't stress that enough. The guidelines will help you understand the reasons mobile app developers do what they do. Apple is very particular when they review appstore submissions.
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