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using corporate sync to connect droidx to exchange server 2007

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are any special settings needed on exchange server 2007 to connect a droidx using corporate sync
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It will force you to add a 4 digit PIN to your phone - otherwise it is easy and painless...
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do you have the step by step
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what is the pin number for
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