|Jan 14, 2013, 07:24 PM||#1|
Why is Mail app so f*'d up with Exchange?
I wonder if Apple's engineers are even addressing it. These problems (dropped emails, blank email panes, etc.) first appeared in Lion and they continue to persist. What's the solution? Drop Mail if you have an Exchange server to deal with?
2012 2.6 gHz QC i7 Mac Mini; i5 2.3 gHz QC ITX Hackintosh HTPC; 2010 MacBook Pro i7; 2013 i7 MacBook Air; 2010 Mac Pro 12 Core/128 GB RAM; iPhone 6; 1st Mac=Centris 610
|Jan 14, 2013, 07:30 PM||#2|
Have you had a look at the DavMail solution?
I use it for our corp 2003 exchange server.
I am not certain of your server version so I just suggested my solution.
Essentially an imap work around.
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|Jan 17, 2013, 10:31 AM||#4|
So anything earlier than 2008 in Apple or Microsoft will need a "hack" or third party program to properly sync to work.
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