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Can I view an Exchange 2010 SP1 Archive on a mobile device using active sync?

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Can I view an Exchange 2010 SP1 Archive on a mobile device using active sync?
Is there a policy that can be modified to permit this?
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No. you cant view the archive via active sync but you can via webmail from the web browser on the phone.
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