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I recently updated our system from version 8.1.2 to Beta 8.2. I have one issue so far with a user that is using active sync with a Galaxy S4 phone. Every day since the update the email on her phone is reset to the day before the upgrade. I've had her try resetting the phone with no luck. After several hours, the phone will catch back up to current until the following day. I understand this phone is not officially supported however, we did not have any issues on 8.1.2 so I wanted to report this issue before we downgrade back to 8.1.2/3.
Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I recommend enabling Exchange Activesync debug messages in the debug log and sending it to the contact email mentioned on the Beta page.

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Same problem here but with the final version 8.2.0 (1957) !
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