Secure EAS

Secure EAS


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No ICS support!
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Android 4.x is not supported and as the default Email application on ICS already supports client certificates, it is not clear whether this application would provide any additional benefits.

This app adds support for Client Certificate Authentication to Exchange ActiveSync accounts, supporting email, native calendar and native contacts synchronization.

If you just stumbled upon this app while browsing the Android Market, chances are that you don't need it. It provides a very specific functionality with a very narrow focus and is not of use to a wide audience.

This app is repackaged from the CyanogenMod 6.1 Email app to install and work on non-rooted phones and not conflict with the stock Email. It is primarily intended to help with EAS accounts with two-way SSL requirements, a feature which has been previously contributed to CyanogenMod as well. Any further improvements of general interest will also be contributed back to CM.

Thanks to: Google / AOSP for the baseline, CyanogenMod for improvements, Chris Dean for icon.



===Known issues / future improvements===

Improvements:
- Improve PIN/password dialogs for access to app., provide further configurations for security settings

Pre-existing in stock/CM Email:
- Background Sync setting is not respected

Recent changes:
Reverted recent change as it caused connection settings to be lost on most phones.
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Free
78
3.9
User ratings
167
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
2
File size
1058 kb
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About Secure EAS
***************
No ICS support!
***************

Android 4.x is not supported and as the default Email application on ICS already supports client certificates, it is not clear whether this application would provide any additional benefits.

This app adds support for Client Certificate Authentication to Exchange ActiveSync accounts, supporting email, native calendar and native contacts synchronization.

If you just stumbled upon this app while browsing the Android Market, chances are that you don't need it. It provides a very specific functionality with a very narrow focus and is not of use to a wide audience.

This app is repackaged from the CyanogenMod 6.1 Email app to install and work on non-rooted phones and not conflict with the stock Email. It is primarily intended to help with EAS accounts with two-way SSL requirements, a feature which has been previously contributed to CyanogenMod as well. Any further improvements of general interest will also be contributed back to CM.

Thanks to: Google / AOSP for the baseline, CyanogenMod for improvements, Chris Dean for icon.



===Known issues / future improvements===

Improvements:
- Improve PIN/password dialogs for access to app., provide further configurations for security settings

Pre-existing in stock/CM Email:
- Background Sync setting is not respected

Recent changes:
Reverted recent change as it caused connection settings to be lost on most phones.
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A Google User
Dec 19, 2013
Great Active sync app Touchdown has more features but if you want a free exchange activesync app that has the basics and is FREE this is it!
A Google User
Jul 20, 2013
I get my company email. That's what I get wanted. Great! Es
A Google User
Apr 23, 2013
no go on htc one installed, configured, and got a blank black screen, no email, nothing. BE ADVISED: I could only remove the app by first removing the associated email account. Once I did that, I could uninstall. If you try to just uninstall, the app will not do anything...
A Google User
Apr 23, 2013
no go on htc one installed, configured, and got a blank black screen, no email, nothing. BE ADVISED: I could only remove the app by first removing the associated email account. Once I did that, I could uninstall. If you try to just uninstall, the app will not do anything...
A Google User
Apr 15, 2013
Doesn't work on xperia play :( All I get is a black screen after adding all my keys and credentials