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How to Sync Notes on iPhone using Active Sync

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I have configure my iPhone 4 to connect directly to my Exchange server 2010 via the internet and the inbox, calendar and contacts are syncing correctly.  But I can't get sub folders and Notes to sync.  I know you can sync notes via iTunes but I don't want to sync directly with the Exchange server.
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Unfortunately to my knowledge you can't sync tasks or notes over the air currently. You would have to sync or use a 3rd party app to accomplish this.
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Thanks but how about syncing other folders than just the inbox and sent items.
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Do the messages download in those subfolders when you open the subfolders? Is the folder structure visible on the IPhone? To get subfolders 'Pushed' to your phone, go into settings --> mail --> <Exchange account> and select the other subfolders you want pushed
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Select the subfolders under the 'Mail Folders To Push' option.
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