We notice that Outlook 2003 and 2007 Microsoft Exghange Servers are not accurately syncing data to the Droid X.
Before we return our Droid X Smart Phones, does anyone have an effective work around?
We tried touchdown exchange and have the same problem.
In addition missed call log is also displaying wrong names for missed calls.
You may need to change your sync settings. The steps are below.
If you need to adjust email frequency, notification ringtones, text size, signatures:
If you need to change account setup details such as account name, server name password, what features are sincronizar'd, how long to sincronizar messages:
Same issue here. Exchange Sync is not doing its job. TouchDown isn't doing it and neither will the standard Corporate Sync that comes with the phone. I'm also experiencing SMS messaging time sent/delivered inconsistencies... Not good when trying to run a small business...
@brucepublishing have you checked the above settings to see if that will help? As far as your messages being delayed, it could be that your phone was not getting the appropriate reception as needed, at the time the message was sent. Try dialing *228 send and option 2 to update your phone to the nearest cell tower to see if this will help.
I think the problem here is that again, Verizon released a phone that shouldn't have been released. It was not ready. The exchange problem with the X is widely known. The 2.2 update was supposed to have fixed this but, it MANY cases it didn't. I am also extremely irritated that this phone was setup to have to hit "get html version"; "display images" and then usually "get more" to see my emails the way I should.
I don't think your solution of just making sure syncing options are set and notifications are set will work. I will be very surprised if they did in this case.
Don't be so quick to throw Verizon under the bus. We have been using Tuchdown for about 2 months now and it works pretty good.
My mail is actually delivered to my phone quicker than my Outlok on the desktop.