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Is there anyone that can extract the mail app and hack it to disable the exchange policy? I got spoiled having it disabled on previous devices. The Bionic has the best exchange stock mail app I have seen to date.

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You can and most likely will (if caught) get fired for doing this.

Most companies have a policy where if you circumvent their exchange policy it can and will lead to termination.

Even if it's a mod on your personal phone.
 

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ikithme said:
You can and most likely will (if caught) get fired for doing this.

Most companies have a policy where if you circumvent their exchange policy it can and will lead to termination.

Even if it's a mod on your personal phone.
They can't prove it.

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If I may pry, are you referring to how using an Exchange email requires you to put a password on your phone? When I sync my college email, it doesn't let me use it unless I password my phone up, which I find to be outrageously annoying.
 

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"tommy said:
They can't prove it.

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Actually depending on how the active sync policies are set up and if they are auditing the security logs in exchange they can.

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