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How to sync drafts from Android phone to Exchange ?

Posted on 2013-06-21
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Hi Experts,

I need to know if there is a solution to that problem. When I create a draft from Outlook, it is synced to the phone but when I create a draft on the phone it is not synced on Exchange...
I use the built in mail client on Android on a Galaxy S3 and on a HTC One. The issue is reproductible.

Any idea ?
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Hi jet-info!

This is unfortunately a known limitation of the Android stock mail app. There is no work around that I know of especially since the stock app does not allow you to move messages from the Drafts, otherwise you could create a Draft folder and move them... thereby syncing w/Exchange.
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Thank you ! I installed Maildroid and it works well, but it is not very user friendly for draft edition...
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Glad I could!  Thanks for the points.
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