Two-way full email sync
We need the ability for the phone to automatically push changes back to the server. Right now, the only way to do this is to manually click the sync button. After deleting or moving emails, one has to click the sync button (or wait for new email to arrive) for the changes to sync back to the server. This really needs to perform automatically immediately after the action has been performed.
Please implement this suggestion!
Rodrigo Novais commented
Switched just before knowing about this issue. Needs correction ASAP. It is really disapointing to sync all the time...
William Budney commented
Yes, this seriously needs to be fixed. I just switched to windows phone and currently disappointed... I never even knew a smartphone could have this problem
agree, this needs to be fixed. pressing refresh everytime reading an email is way too tedious
Nishanth Chandran commented
Yes, I'd imagine this would be a) a very simple change to implement and b) doesn't have a significant impact on battery life. It's an unnerving experience when I delete mails, move them around etc. (but don't press Sync) on my phone and when I open mail on my PC a few minutes later, none of the changes are visible yet.
Paul Newell commented
Yeah, this is annoying. I don't mind hitting the "Sync" button after moving messages around, but my user-base will. As much as I hate iOS mangling my users' Calendars, this won't fly.
Please take this suggestion into consideration with future updates so I can suggest WP8 without caveats!
It's almost a shame that the creator of the Exchange ActiveSync has such a bad implementation on their latest phone os...
This isn't even optional for me, and any other business user. I get too many emails to baby sit "Read/Unread" flags. Android and iPhone work, and Microsoft needs their's to work to even be in the enterprise game.
Funky Cricket commented
This is HUGE for a business user. I need any changes I make on my phone to sync back, if you are worried about battery life, give me the option to change to that at least.