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RX3715 HP iPAQ Active Sync Q

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Hi,

I'm sure someone will be able to help me out with this one. I have an exchange mailbox i'd like to sync remotely with my iPAQ is it possible to do this ?

Do I need any additional software ?

Thanks

Paul ;))

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Any help at all with this please ?

Paul ;)

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Hi there

You shouldn't need any additional software for this...just input your IMAP settings into the mail application of the iPaq and sync over WiFi or GPRS (through bluettoth connection to your cellphone).

Cheers

Nick

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Posted (edited)

Hi there

You shouldn't need any additional software for this...just input your IMAP settings into the mail application of the iPaq and sync over WiFi or GPRS (through bluettoth connection to your cellphone).

Cheers

Nick

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OK, i'm just a little confused because this is an exchange mailbox, does that use the IMAP protocol then ?

It's asking me for an incoming and outgoing mailserver, but Exchange doesn't operate in this way does it ?

Thanks for your help.

Paul ;)

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...exchange uses IMAP...the incoming server will be something like mail.yourexchangeservre.com, the outgoing would be that of your mobile operator like smtp.orange.net...

...hope this helps...

Cheers

Nick

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