- Any NHS.net mail users with Android out there…?
It’s a pretty typical exchange activesync config from the sound of it, with the ‘require encryption’ option set. On Android this means the device has to go through the encrypting process, and you’ll probably find that you’ll have to set up a password an none of the picture, swipe a shape type stuff will work.
On Apple iOS all devices are already encrypted so it is less of a big deal.
Many corporate companies have much worse security lockdown policies, Good Technology being one of the worst culprits, no copy/paste etc.Posted 4 years agoDrPMember
Having got the Nexus 4 up and running, I thought it would be worthwhile syncing it with my nhs.net account…
Jeesh – the security features look scary!
Wiping the whole phone if there are multiple incorrect password tries – that’s my son’s evening entertainment filled…
Encrypting the whole phone for me…sounds ominous…
Has anyone actually clicked on the ‘yes’ button and survived this? I’m thinking it’s probably more faff than is safe/worth doing….
DrPPosted 4 years agoclubberMember
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My NHS email address ends in .nhs.uk
I dont have it synced, instead i access it through Chrome by putting in the full http:// address….works fine and i just have to enter my usual email password.
How does that work – would make Mrs Clubber’s life easier if she could access email at home without having to take her laptop home…
say she’s on firstname.lastname@example.org what web address would she go to to access email online?Posted 4 years ago
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