During 2013 the behaviour of Google accounts using ActiveSync/Exchange has changed - some shared and additional calendars disappear.
The GDR2/Amber update for Windows Phone 8 adds support for CardDAV and CalDAV which should fix this issue. To verify it's working...
Go to Settings > Email+Accounts
Tap on your Google account to see its settings
If your email provider offers POP3/SMTP or IMAP/SMTP server endpoints, then you can use them. One of Windows Phone's strengths is the ability for the enterprise to enforce policies. This is the same type of policy that the admin would enforce for laptops and other business assets.
I would ask your IT department what they offer in terms of access.
You can try steps 2 - 3 - 4 from the following link: http://support.sprint.com/support/article/Troubleshoot-issues-related-to-email-on-your-HTC-One-M8/WTroubleshootingGuide_542_GKB67171-dvc8080007prd
Let me know if this helps.
Verify that the email address and password are correct.
On your HTC One M8 web browser, navigate to your email ...
You can accomplish seeing sub-folder notifications with Windows 10 Mobile with some outlook rule tricks. One way is by simply editing the outlook rule used to move the email to a sub-folder. The option you want is "display a Desktop Alert." While this does make the rule client-only and thus only works when Outlook is running, it is a workaround.
You should be able to download the message following these steps:
Tap the attachment and let the error message appear.
Tap the BACK button
Tap the Synchronize botton (the one with arrows)
Return to the message - the attachment should be downloaded and available now.
Works with Exchange 2007 and 2010. This should not be happening with Exchange 2010 with SP1 ...
These certificates are used for a reason and if they are expired they should be renewed or otherwise you could just as well just remove them.
that Android doesn't care about these certificates is a flaw in Android instead of this being a problem of Windows Phone. (ok for you as a user it isn't.)
So back to your IT-department is my advice
Open Windows Live Mail.
Click Contacts folder, click Export button and select comma separated values (.CSV).
In the CSV Export window click browse and select the Desktop folder.
Type WLMContacts in the file name and then click the Save button.
Click Next and select all the fields that you want to export, click Finish button and wait for the export process to ...
It's best to speak to your local firendly IT dept - they should have a policy as to when they would do something like wipe your phone. For example, where I work, a device would only be wiped if reported stolen to the IT dept (to protect intelectual property, etc.). It is my understaning that removing the Exchange account removes their ability to do this, too....
Right now we are limited to manually moving it to the Junk folder by selecting one or more of the email messages and hitting the "move to folder" icon.
However it would be a good idea for MS to add the ability to mark as spam
Unfortunately, that feature is currently not available. You could always try third party applications. I use an app called TinyDo.
You are able to create categories for tasks. Which is very handy if you need to be able to sort your tasks (work, school, home, etc.) It stays very true to the Metro design language, however it does not have notifications of ...
Yes, when you create a new contact, if you have more than one source of contacts, you can specify where it gets saved (eg. outlook.com, gmail, exchange). You simply tap on the place where you want it to be saved.Once you are finished creating a contact it gets saved to the location you previously selected.
If you hit the ... menu from the inbox/tile on your home screen, you should be able to view "linked inboxes." From there you should be able to unlink them, unless there is something weird with two exchange accounts. I'm guessing it just linked them by default for you.
The company I work at recently experienced this problem as well, coincidental with the daylight savings time change (interestingly enough, in Germany). However, the users who experienced problems were all BlackBerry users. iOS/Android users were apparently unaffected (or never reported a problem). I don't know if we have any WP users in EMEA...
The symptom ...
Not possible on WP8 device itself. Sorry.
You can always add this to the feature request for WP.
I've got a list of Microsoft feedback routes at http://dfwiki.devfish.net/technology.Microsoft-feedback-routes.ashx . There's a number of Windows Phone options.