Outlook requires VPN to access my work exchange account, while Apple Mail does not - why? [more inside]
How do I check that the mail account I've set up on my iPhone is fetching using IMAP and not Exchange ActiveSync? [more inside]
My company uses Exchange for email. Since they block POP and IMAP access for security reasons, I cannot use Gmail (or Google Apps) to read my email. They do support Active Sync, so Apple Mail and Outlook both work fine. I would prefer a web based option, as close to gmail as possible. Are there any other options out there for me? [more inside]
Would you agree that enterprise push email technology was primarily designed to push email from a single enterprise mailbox (unless you happen to work for multiple enterprises)? [more inside]
What is the most full-featured Exchange (ie Outlook) app for the iPad? [more inside]
How do I locate the contacts I've just sync'ed from my smartphone (Windows Mobile 6.1) on my PC? [more inside]
Seeking a lightweight web interface to Exchange 2003 server. Need something more usable than OMA, but more smartphone-friendly than Outlook Web Access. [more inside]
Are there any ActiveSync alternatives for Windows mobile? I need to link to my works Exchange server [more inside]
ActivesyncFilter: Syncing fritzed out about 6 weeks ago or so (error 85010014). Been keeping calendar data current in Outlook 2007; contacts, tasks, etc current on mobile device (Windows Mobile 6.1). I gotta get 'em talking to each other again. Deleted device's Activesync profile on PC (C:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\Application Data\Microsoft\ActiveSync\Profiles). PST backed-up, PIM backed up. Will they talk nice if try to sync 'em up again, or will my data get overwritten, duplicated, whatever...?
I have an HP iPAQ 2750. Around the same time it was manufactured, lots of aftermarket hardware and software came out with promises to enhance the device. One of those applications was a GPRS/GSM plug in modem (via the CF Card slot) and software from a company called Enfora. The modem was bundled with software from a company called BVRP. There was other software without a modem which also installed phone tools on the PDA from another company called WebToGo. [more inside]
Please help me figure out if my IT department will support corporate email on the iPhone. [more inside]
How can I uninstall a driver, and keep it uninstalled? I don't want Windows to keep installing it every time I plug my phone into the computer. I want it to be like the very first time I plugged it in -- when Windows had no idea what driver to install. [more inside]
Can someone point me towards a version of ActiveSync that doesn't require XP service pack 2? [more inside]
Suddenly my iPaq PDA won't sync with my PC - it apparently can't connect at all. Worse yet, when I try to connect it, my PC spontaneously restarts within the next 30 seconds, without fail. What's going on? [more inside]
Can ActiveSync be augmented? I use the task list on my PDA extensively in a GTD-like manner. However, I would like my tasklist to be synchronized with my Outlook tasks via our office Exchange server. My PDA is a Pocket PC running WM2003 SE. While Windows Mobile 2005 can sync tasks with a server, WM2003 cannot - instead it can only sync tasks with a PC. So, the question is whether any third-party solutions exist to provide a conduit or some such, for Tasks for WM2003 for Exchange. Any takers?
ActiveSync question -- Can I sync 2 Outlooks to 1 PocketPC? [more inside]
How do I get mobile ActiveSync working with Exchange 2003 on Windows Server 2003? The "OWA" page is working and I can't for the life of me get these batch of Sprint smartphones to use the ActiveSync function when not docked. [more inside]
I use an iMac and carry a Siemen's SX56 Pocket PC from AT&T. I recently purchased PocketMac Pro to sync the two, and contacts, appointments, and little stuff is fine, but I can't get a decent connection speed to transfer MP3's. Is there something I'm missing here? In addition, I run Virtual PC and can't sync through ActiveSync, with a USB cradle. Help me, please.