I can confirm this happens in YouTube on any video longer than my screen timeout.
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This could be an issue with AD permissions, or just something specific with your account.
Is your email box over 5gb, or more than 100,000 items per folder ? That can cause issues with ActiveSync with Exchange 10 and older. Even if you are not trying to sync it all. It could also be related to an email that is having trouble pushing that arrived during the sync period that has corrupt headers, this will usually result in massive battery drain and EAS wakelocks on the device.
Can you setup a dummy account in Exchange and on your tablet (or phone) and push some mail to it to see if it has trouble pushing? During this test I would remove your regular account from the device.
If that works, you know it is related to your account, you can delete the profile for your devices (do this in OWA) and remove the accounts from the devices and then add them back in. That should resolve it, unless your mailbox is too large or you have email with messed up headers, then you may need to archive or delete some mail to find the culprit.
If the dummy account doesn't push mail, then it might be an issue with your Exchange box.
Are you the admin for your server? Do you see any events related to EAS or OWA in the Event Log? If you don't, can you setup verbose logging on that box to see if it is throwing any events?
I am pushing mail from Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2013. I rarely get delays, but every once in a while I do get some issues with a small delay.
Oh yeah, one more thing, I am sure you double checked this, but I have to ask if you checked to make sure you set sync frequency to "Push"...
All great ideas. I am the admin, and I've just started digging through the iis activesync logs. The dummy account is a great idea. Thanks!
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