Tag: ActiveSync

Jul 30

Resolved: Outlook.com/People contacts not syncing to iPhone

Resolved: Outlook.com/People contacts not syncing to iPhone Although I have been recommending people to migrate to Outlook.com as an alternative to Gmail (You can read more about that here: How to: Migrate from Gmail to Outlook.com (previously Hotmail.com & Live.com). Basically having ActiveSync and Customs Domains (until the end of July 2014) as the big …

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Feb 21

How to: Use your own Domain name with Outlook.com as the Backend

How to: Use your own Domain name with Outlook.com as the Backend Recently I decided to move from Gmail to Outlook.com as Google took away GoogleSync for free accounts (you can read about that here: How to move from Gmail to Outlook.com). But I’ve been using my own domain in Google Apps for a while now …

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Feb 12

Gmail over Exchange (MS Push) stops working when you upgrade to a new iPhone

Gmail over Exchange (MS Push) stops working when you upgrade to a new iPhone Last year Google decided to ditch their Exchange ActiveSync-licensed GoogleSync service for free Gmail accounts. I wasn’t too concerned as they mentioned existing users of their ActiveSync service would continue to enjoy this service for free (they would be grandfathered). New users …

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Jan 25

What is Google Sync?

What is Google Sync? Google Sync was designed to allow access to Google Mail, Calendar and Contacts via the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync® protocol. With the recent launch of CardDAV, Google now offers similar access via IMAP, CalDAV and CardDAV, making it possible to build a seamless sync experience using open protocols. For that reason Google has decided to …

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Jan 25

Google Sync won’t sync correctly my contacts on my iPhone

How to: Sync my Google Contacts with my iPhone or any other iOS device One of the weirdest issues I´ve faced as of late is that my Google Contacts were not being brought in correctly to my iPhone. What was really going on behind the scenes was that all the contacts instead of being imported …

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