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iphone 4 active sync SBS 2011

Posted on 2011-03-06
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I have a client, who wants to delete messages on his Iphone 4, but not on his desktop, hes a former Blackberry user and that choice could be made on that phone. I see no way to do this on the iphone , it looks like all or nothing on the Iphone 4 ..
Does anyone know of a way to do this ?

Thank you for your help in advance ....
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Question by:tonyg01
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Rob Williams earned 500 total points
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With Active sync you cannot do that. Delete it on the remote device, and it deletes on the Exchange server and desktop
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If you use SMTP / POP3, then you can do that on an iPhone, but then there is no point using SMTP / POP3 on an iPhone as it can use Activesync and that pushes all chosen mail-folders to the iPhone from the Exchange server and the device will mirror exactly what is on the Exchange server.

Short answer is as per RobWill's answer - not possible.  Long answer is if you don't use Activesync, then it is possible, but not sensible.
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