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    On my ex-Mogul, I was able to keep phone and data on, but turn of Activesync. Is there a way to do this with the 800w? I'm linked with Microsoft Exchange and I get notifications every 10 seconds whenever I get a new work email, and, when I'm at work, I don't need to use my phone for the email. Thanks!
    Last edited by ticalnza; 07/24/2008 at 10:36 AM. Reason: simplified post.
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    How did you turn it off on the Mogul? I'd imagine it would be the sameway.
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    On the Mogul there was a wireless manager, similar to that of the 800w, except for the 800w only lists Wi-FI, Bluetooth and Phone, whereas the Mogul's listed Microsoft Exchange as it's own item to turn off, amongst others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticalnza View Post
    On my ex-Mogul, I was able to keep phone and data on, but turn of Activesync. Is there a way to do this with the 800w? I'm linked with Microsoft Exchange and I get notifications every 10 seconds whenever I get a new work email, and, when I'm at work, I don't need to use my phone for the email. Thanks!
    In Activesync go to Menu/Schedule

    Change the settings for peak times and off peak times.
    Sounds like you want the peak times setting to be set to "manual", and not "as items arrive"
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    Thanks azkevman...your suggestion worked!

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