The domain name is three letters, the name of my company (no .com or anything like that). The email address and network login/account name are different from each other.
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Tried the domain name before my username and before the email address both with a forward slash and a backslash (total of four configurations). Same results with all four.
My iPad setup is very similar but the domain name field is not 'optional'. The same goes for Android setups.
After installing the 365 Preview I can answer my own question with a yes. However, there is no "domain" field in the ActiveSync setup and when I try to configure the account I receive a login error stating that my username or password are incorrect.
After a bit of Googling I don't see a way...
I had installed the trial of 2010 before reading your message and still haven't been able to connect via ActiveSync. I'll see if I can install a trial of 2013.
If I install 2013, would I still configure under control panel > mail to connect via ActiveSync?
I've noticed that Outlook manages to "memorize" email addresses and first/last names of people that I have contacted, even if they are outside of my organization. I have two questions:
1. How can I create a contact for each memorized name? Even if all the contact starts with is...
Thank you Diane. Do you know if there is a solution to sync Outlook desktop to Exchange using ActiveSync? It appears Outlook Anywhere is not activated and my IT department will not override the global policy.
Thanks Diane, I think this might be my problem.
Do you know if there have been any committed efforts at syncing Outlook using Active Sync instead of Outlook Anywhere for cases when OA isn't activated? I am betting our IT department has not and will not enable both.
My work uses OWA 2010. I use Outlook 2007 at home.
I have successfully synced my Android phone and iPad to OWA. It was simple: enter email address, username, domain, server address, password. Done.
I've had no luck configuring Outlook 2007 to sync with OWA so far. I've read...