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Some are a bit odd, like Radio Telephone. nothing works. Navigate to Options > Phone. Cleared the data from the Email application (it was showing that there was still 76K of data associated with it after removing the account) 4.

Aug 16, 2010 #15 nthdgreee Member Joined: Aug 20, 2010 Messages: 10 Likes Received: 0 I started receiving the "Client/Server Conversion" error after I tried to update a calendar item on Since moving to 2.3.3 with an official ROM (and any other ones I tested) I have always experienced an issue with the Calendar Sync portion of ActiveSync. Can't figure out resolution. But I'm hoping to find some people with large, complex Outlook address books who will weigh in with opinions about how they'd like problem cases handled.Here is a comparison of the

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? This fixed it for me too. Clearing the Email application data completely has cured the problem. No big deal.

View 4 Replies View Related Sprint HTC Hero :: Error Occurred On Computer Running Exchange Server Oct 15, 2009 I am having the following issue with Exchange. I have disabled all other calendars (Calendars>Menu>Calendars) and retried everyting. It can be anything that I feel I should write. every few weeks my phone will say that there's a problem with the exchange server when I try to sync.

I can edit appointments without any issue on my iPod touch. It is called Touchdown. Log in or Sign up Forums News Help Android Forums Forums > Android Discussion > Android Applications > Introducing Channels - a new way to chat with other Android users! This has happened to me three time in the past, twice in the last three or four days.

After talking with Sprint technical support, we removed my Exchange Active Sync account, rebooted the phone and reconfigured the Exchange Active Sync account. Jun 18, 2010 #8 No15 New Member Joined: Jun 18, 2010 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 I have the same problem since a couple of weeks. Samsung Galaxy S4 :: Exchange ActiveSync working but I get error message. I use Outlook and Microsoft Exchange -- and had read all about how Android synced easily.

How can I prevent this error message from coming up? Any solution guesses? Of course you may say that I photoshopped images, or created manually the calendar entry in my phone Quick Reply Reply LiverpoolFCfan View Profile View Forum Posts 10th August 2011, 11:52 Had no problem syncing last week Monday, June 14, 2010 2:56 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Try running this to see what errors you get.

Emails and contacts synced fine, however I received the client/server conversion error when for the calendar syncronization. Loading... well all i am saying it works for anyone around you you are aware that this version as well as jvr one got updated maybe it needs updating on server side This is what solved it for me: I deleted the Exchange Activesync account.

Sep 4, 2010 #25 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next > Share This Page Tweet Loading... This is what solved it for me: I deleted the Exchange Activesync account. View 1 Reply View Related Android :: Secured client server requests Jan 28, 2015 I am looking for some guidelines as to how to secure requests from android client to server Made several attempts to add ActiveSync account.

Jon Jun 10, 2010 #4 planius New Member Joined: Jun 11, 2010 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 I have exactly the same problem. I wonder if the calendar sync shares space with the application storage, or something. (I dunno, just throwing stuff out there). Sadly, in all of my online searching, nobody has ever posted a solution to this problem that has existed for at least nine months (although most of those older posts involved View 4 Replies View Related HTC Incredible : Error With Exchange Inbox Sync Jun 17, 2010 I installed b-folders (a password manager) and it allows for a wireless sync between the

I have tried over WiFi and with the carriers network. It synced fine via touchdown using the same details. After that I scrolled to Calendar in the list I did the following Seleted and opened the Calendar from the list. There do not appear to be any recent updates to Exchange Server 2003, and nothing has changed on my phone.

It seems like my mobile network connection is sporadic and only connects when I open an app that requires it. I have tried using Touchdown on a trial basis, but have had hit-and-miss success with editing appointments. I just want to be able to easily and wirelessly sync my emails, contacts, tasks, and calendar entries with outlook. Theerror 'Client/Server Conversion error' The solution below should permanently resolve the error "Client/Server Conversion error" on devices with the Android operating system.

Maybe it's a bug. But i am getting the error i mentioned during the bindService call. Samsung permanently stops Galaxy Note 7 production. And I can't get it to hide the folders from the main view, it shows the first subfolder that's in my inbox, and below that "Show 19 more folders"; I don't

bruben7886 replied Oct 15, 2016 at 2:15 AM Samsung Expects To Lose... thanks! DroidModderX posted Oct 14, 2016 at 9:42 PM Loading... The first months I had my phone everything worked out fine until the problem with synchronixing the Calender appeared.

Sep 1, 2010 #23 chickenmonkey New Member Joined: Aug 23, 2010 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0 Brenny said: ↑ I had the same problem. I've tried going to the droid-mod website and it seems to be down. Thanks to Brenny! Even though the Calendar folder is also pinged - it kicks off it's own independent 'Sync' request approximately every minute.

Aug 2, 2010 #14 martinxl New Member Joined: Aug 16, 2010 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 1 Brenny said: ↑ I had the same problem. From there my contacts and email hooked up, but my calendar events didn't and I received the "Client/Server Conversion" error. However as soon as I press next I immediately get "Cannot connect to the Exchange Server"I have data access and I can access our OWA website using the browser (although I To my knowledge the only type of phone we have successfully used with ActiveSync is a Palm Pre.I go into AvtiveSync manual setup and specify all the settings according to our