About a week ago, I got a notification on my phone saying that my Microsoft Exchange account needed me to update security settings, or something like that. I ignored it for the time being and opened up my work e-mail account. When Exchange opened up, I got a pop-up wanting me to enable ActiveSync. I didn't know what that was, so I went on to the next step to see what permissions ActiveSync wanted. It said the following: So, being a non-IT type, this kind of thing is about equivalent to giving a some stranger the keys to my house. I assume this is something the network administrators at work are requiring now to access our company e-mail on our devices. Does that sound right? Is there a way around it? If this is what it takes to open company e-mail, I'll just not do it, but I thought since POA is made of 90% IT guys, I'd ask about here.