Sync iPhone, iPad with Outlook

   
Overview
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Overview

Sync Contacts and Calendar with iPhone and iPad via ActiveSync. ActiveSync is a Device and OS independent sync platform, commonly followed by all manufacturers and developers. Apple devices refers to Activesync as "Exchange Server"

Key benefits of Activesync over iCloud are:

  1. Cross platform support. Always remain stable with numerous updates and upgrades

  2. Support any combination of devices and OS

  3. Continue with your current email ID on all devices

When you migrate to ActiveSync, your current Outlook and IMAP settings on your devices remain active and intact. Apple devices use "Exchange Server" mode to configure Activesync account.

Mails and Folders in Outlook will show up in the Exchange account will create a separate mail account. Existing IMAP will continue unaffected until you remove them from the device.

Contact, Calendar and Task from Outlook, will sync to the default Calendar, Contact, Task locations on the Mobile device. To avoid data duplication, update contacts, calendar, task entries on Mobile devices with Outlook for once, and then sync them all back via ActiveSync.

View demo on how it works with Outlook and Mobile devices at http://triosync.com/how-it-works.html

 

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