I finally got my work email sync'd on my Android phone (Outlook). However, all my annoying meetings from work are now popping up as "notifications" in my phone's status bar. I can't stand corporate meetings, which are a colossal waster of time, and i don't want to be reminded of all the meetings on my work schedule. I was able to successfully turn of the Outlook mail notifications on my phone (and I still get Gmail notifications, since they are two separate email systems, which is exactly what I want). How do I turn my "Outlook calendar reminders," but still be reminded of my Google Calendar reminders, which is my personal, and far more important, calendar?
I am trying to sync my Outllook and my phone can't locate HTC Sync on my computer even though I have it open.If I download the Google Sync will it copy all my dates and details I have over to my phone?
I have an Eris that's a POS, at least as far as syncing to Outlook for my work calendar but especially emails. The Verizon store is willing to get me an Incredible and was wondering how well it plays with Outlook (specifically receiving/sending emails),through a Pop3 server?
Is there an app that directly sync the Samsung Fascination with the Outlook client WITHOUT having to go through the crappy Google calendar? I currently use the Google supplied sync app and it is a piece of crap. I does not resolve conflicts. It does not delete entries that I have deleted oin Outlook. It does not transfer appointments that were created by others that I have accepted. I never had a problem with my old Win Mobile phone and Active sync. I cannot connect to our Exchange server for updates so I must sync directly with my local client. I am getting so sick of companies telling me how I should be doing stuff. First Verizon with all the bloatware you cannot remove and now this. I was told I could sync just like my old phone. Using XP with Office 2007
I know this has been discussed all over the internet but I'm a computer "user" only and don't particularly understand a lot of the computer terminology in these discussions. I would like some very simple straight forward answers in lay person language. I work in a company that uses Microsoft exchange and outlook. I currently have a blackberry that syncs everything wireless and seamlessly (ie., contacts, emails, tasks, calendars, notes). I would like to get a new Verizon Indredible but company does not and won't enable active sync (whatever that is). My question is is there a program that I can install directly onto my office PC myself that will "push" or otherwise wirelessly sync all of my outlook information that is currently synced on my Blackberry? Pardon my ignorance.
I am looking for a way to keep my contacts and calendar from GMail in sync with Outlook. What is the best way to do this? I used the Google Calendar Sync in the past, but I didn't like it. As for the contacts, I am wanting to keep EVERYTHING synced with Google, such as contact photo, notes, ect. I do use more than one calendar on Google. I am not sure if that would make a difference or not. Is the best thing to do set up my own Exchange/Activesync server? Or is there an app that will do just this?
I'm using HTC Sync to sync my Outlook contacts to my Hero... The contacts sync as expected but everytime I perform the sync the time on my Hero is set 30mins forward which would correspond with the time in the eastern states of Australia. I've checked the timezones on my PC & Hero and they are set correctly. I've scoured the net for fixes but haven't found a fix for this annoying issue. I did discover that in a previous version of HTC Sync you could set the timezone within HTC Sync during the installation if it detected a mismatch, but I wasn't presented with the option to set it to get it's time from the PC...
the sync software wont allow me to sync outlook calendar. the option is just shaded out and i cant click on or off. it worked at first while work admin ppl gave me admin rights to install program, but now it does not work. not sure if this is linked to having admin rights? i can sync other thigns like files music
I just bought my first Android (Acer Liquid) and there are a few apps which I think I can uninstall .... a) Messaging - I use handcent SMS now not the default app. b) Acer Sync - Does this just sync with Outlook? I don't use Outlook or need to sync any windows files. c) Default Browser - I now use Dolphin so the default browser. d) Email - I just use Gmail. e) Gmail - I think accessing Gmail via a browser is now Google's best supported method. f) Gmail Storage - as above. g) Nemoplayer - I use TuneWiki. h) RoadSync - I do not use Outlook. This sounds the same as AcerSync. i) Sync Feeds - Not sure what this does.
Is there a way to sync my outlook and exchange data as the same appointments and info on my phone? For example: When I was on winmo, my Exchange appointment and outlook appointment would update each other not create a duplicate. Now that I've synced my PC, I have the same appointment twice on my phone. Green for Exchange and Orange for Outlook. Is there anyway to keep the data the same? In other words, if I have a 5pm meeting on exchange, and I sync with outlook, I want both sources to update the same appointment. Not create another 5pm meeting.
I had been recommended Active Sync to sync with Outlook but now i find that it's for syncing with Outlook Exchange. (i'm using plain vanilla Outlook, no Exchange). i happen to run all email via a gmail account for backup, spam filtering, emergencies when I don't have my laptop) so syncing email is not an issue.
you guys are waaaay over my head, so maybe you can quickly tell me if it's possible to sync the Microsoft Outlook Calendar with my Android instead of (or along with) the Google Calendar.Please talk DOWN to me...I'm a point and clicker!
I am using HTC Sync to sync my Outlook contacts and my Incredible. I noticed that some of my contacts weren't making it to my contact list on my phone, but they were on my PC. It was very random. Some were there, but some weren't. I was trying to fix it just now and somehow deleted 52 contacts from my PC!I guess when it sync'd this time, it used the contact list on the phone as the primary and since those 52 contacts weren't on the phone...it just deleted them from my Outlook. Very frustrating because I don't know which ones were deleted.
I just activated my Epic and have come to a horrifying realization- It won't sync with Outlook!!!! Are you kidding me? This is not good. I don't care how cool a phone is- I refuse to give up my e-mail/ calendar/ task program on my home pc. Any options out there?
I had a 3GS iPhone for a short while and while the device was nice, I didnt like it that much. For one I hate iTunes and did not like the lack of customization. Also, I use Windows Vista and the integration with Outlook 2007 was a pain. I am very intersted in WM devices and Android. What is going to be the best for me considereing the above? Do Android and WM sync with Outlook the same and better than the iPhone?
1. Can anyone comment on the relative differences (or strengths/weaknesses) between using "HTC Sync" versus "Companionlink" -- for bi-directional syncing between Outlook 2007 on a PC -- and Android 2.1?
2. I don't use GMail and I plan to use using a POP3 profile to access my webmail account. Will using either "HTC Sync" or "Companionlink" to sync my contacts -- allow me full access to the multiple email addresses I have stored in my PC's Outlook 2007 account -- for each of my contacts? Or do either of those applications only "capture" one email address data field?
3. Is it possible to compose and send an email in Android's POP3 client -- without necessarily Receiving (downloading) all email that happens to be in that POP3 host's Inbox? I can do this in Outlook -- just not sure about Android.
4. When using a Blackberry and IMAP -- you can specify that you only want the email headers downloaded to the mobile device -- not the entire email. Is this function (headers only) available on Android?
5. I'm assuming it is possible to setup multiple email profiles on Android -- and I am assuming that one can setup an IMAP profile AND a POP3 profile. But, is it possible to setup an IMAP profile for one webmail account (non-Gmail) -- download and read an email from that IMAP account -- but then reply to that email by selecting the POP3 profile that uses an alternate webmail account?
I'm using W7 Ultimate x64 and had no issues with the latest version of HTC Sync and Outlook 2007 x86 - all fine and dandy.
Upgraded last night to Office 2010 x64 and now Sync won't see my Desire - any reasons for this? I've not tried another USB port as yet so will do so later this evening but thought I'd see if anyone else has got it working.
This is the full retail Office 2010, not the beta/technical preview btw.
I am looking for the best way to sync my Outlook with my Droid 2. I am a single user, don't have MS Exchange or Google Apps. I want to be able to update both in Outlook and on my Droid and have them sync.... with the least amount of problems and applications.
I don't mind paying a (moderate) fee, but it seems like TouchDown and some of the other recommended apps require MS Exchange.
2) If I do need MS Exchange, what's the best way for me to do that?
3) I remember reading that the upcoming Droid Pro (for Verizon) will have the inherent ability to sync Outlook and the Droid (I'm not positive but I believe it will) - does this mean that there will be a 3rd party application, or an update to Froyo 2.2, that will be released afterward to allow this with other Droids?
ANY help or suggestions would be appreciated. I've spent hours and hours trying to come up with a solution (as I know others have), and I'm hoping someone can enlighten me.I am leaving on a trip in a few days and I have to get my Outlook synced before I leave.I'm desperate.
I'd like to sync my android with Outlook but I don't want my gmail contacts in either (gmail has many contacts I don't want - I don't use it). Any way I can do this? (I also want it for the memos, tasks, calendar). Thanks.
I'm using a Vanilla ROM at the moment and love the battery life/speed of the ROM. But since it does not run SenseUI I can't sync with Outlook using HTC Sync. Are there other apps on the Market that will do a similar job?
It's hard to believe that Google still hasn't updated Android to include a Task sync feature for Outlook. Then again, their contact photo resolution is still 60 pixels, so I sometimes wonder if anyone is even tending the store.
First my disclaimer: I offer my apologies if this has already been posted but in my searching I did not see it. Now the good news for those of us needing Outlook, Simply download HTC Sync for Eris (I am using the Incredible) found here HTC Mobile Phone Support - DROID ERIS by HTC (Verizon) - Downloads Install on your computer (also download the manual from the same page). Restart your computer. Attach your powered off phone to the computer via the USB cable, power it on and when prompted select "HTC Sync" (in order to see the selections your screen cannot be in locked mode) Hope this is complete, I believe it is. For more info (although some of it was more complex but still provides some ideas) go to.
Does anyone know if there is a way to sync the Desire with Outlook calendar via bluetooth?
My previous phone was a Nokia and I was able to sync via bluetooth.
Its just annoying having the usb cable double as the AC charger connection too. I have to keep moving it from the bedroom to the laptop every day. Why didn't they give us a separate usb cable and ac charger in the box?
Just got a MotoG and i would like to know if it is possible to sync OTA the calendar and contacts between motoG and Microsoft Outlook. With my IPhone i can do this having an iCloud account, and with my blackberry trough outlook.com account.