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Exchange 2010 and iPhone not updating correctly?

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I have my iPhone successfully synced with exchange 2010.  One issue is nagging at me though.  When I either reply to or forward a message from my iPhone, Outlook (2007) does not show that the message has been forwarded or replied to in conversation view.  There is a sent item, but it is not grouped with the original message.  Anyone know how to fix this?
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i have exact same issue. I think it is the outlook issue as it do not able to quickly recognise that it is the original message and group them together.


There maybe a hotfix around but you just need to wait for microsoft to release a hotfix like this.
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well, recognise the facts is a known issue is a good start ... although this is not a solution you like.


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