Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th Dec 2012 00:03 UTC
Microsoft Microsoft has just responded to Google's move regarding Exchange ActiveSync. Sadly, instead of addressing the very real problems consumers are about to face, Microsoft starts talking about switching to
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RE[3]: Wrong...
by gfolkert on Tue 18th Dec 2012 23:53 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Wrong..."
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However, I only prefer it because its a migration path, I still find EAS to be superior because I actually value my device's battery life and enjoy true push.

Huh, that is funny. I get notified through my Android Phone (Samsung Galaxy Nexus)... about e-mail or Calendar events added with about 3-5 seconds after they get to my "inbox"

People dislike it when I ask them if they've seen the calendar event or e-mail sent by others. It annoys them I get my e-mail faster and more reliably than they do.

I also have my phone last up to 90 hours per charge, at least 72 hours normally. I use it for SMS and e-mail and Skype and phone calls. Though phone calls and Skype tend to eat more battery.

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RE[4]: Wrong...
by Nelson on Wed 19th Dec 2012 00:26 in reply to "RE[3]: Wrong..."
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You know what else is funny? Android uses proprietary push technology, not IMAP push.

So..about that Kool-Aid ? What flavor is yours?

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RE[5]: Wrong...
by JAlexoid on Fri 21st Dec 2012 01:09 in reply to "RE[4]: Wrong..."
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IMAP IDLE does not drain battery life, like you imply. I've been using it with my private email server and K9 for a while now. No battery issues.

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