Surely there is something different about Microsoft's approach to it.
Something seems to me like we're not getting the whole story here. Maybe it's something with Googles terms that Microsoft won't agree with, thus Google denying them access? I bet it has something to do with ad revenue...
READ MY FUCKING POST YOU BRAINWASHED MORON.
Way to drive home your point. So, what exactly is it in the Wikipedia article to Higher order thinking skills that makes you think it's "a policy of teaching children to have a pavlovian "yessum massa!" response to politically correct buzzwords"? Not obvious to me. I think you're a Troll.
I don't think the previous poster knows what they're talking about. My WP7 works flawlessly with my corporate Exchange Server (and the company issues iPhones by the way - I prefer my WP7 phone). I entered my user credentials once to set it up and haven't had so much as a hiccup...and I get push mail whereas my coworkes using iPhones/Android phones have to sync regularly to retrieve messages.
Really? Same for my Android phone (Galaxy Nexus on 4.04), entered my credentials once and everything worked fine out of the box. I'm getting my mail/calendar entries, etc, pushed the second it enters my Office 365 Exchange account, same for every iPhone in out company. I guess your coworkers phones must be misconfigured.
What's the German word for "the boner you get from too much Schadenfreude"?
I guess I'd call it a Schadenfreudelatte, analog to Morgenlatte, which is the boner you have right after waking up. Since I think there's a special place in hell reserved for Kim Snitch^WSchmitz I wouldn't ever have such a thing over his case, though.
We don't really understand it, so we'll give it to the programmers.