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EAS policies on windows mobile 8.1 devices

Posted on 2014-11-10
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Hello ladies and gents.
I am struggling with an issue regarding the EAS policy on Exchange 2010.
I am trying to configure a new EAS policy but it looks like when the Limit e-mail size or the maximum attachement size is set, the sync to windows mobile devices breaks. Iphones and Androids sync with no problem and the policy is applied.
Allowing non-provisionable devices helps but is not an option.

Is this a limitation on windows mobile? Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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Panos
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Doesn't seem like it is supported. A list of supported policy restrictions are listed below:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn643700.aspx
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thanks mate, that was my conclusion as well.
and we got those devices for compatibility.....
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