The mobile counterpart to Outlook hosting is standard on Pocket PC and Pocket PC phones. These are Messaging (for email, SMS and MMS), Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. You can sync your emails to and from your PC and download and send them directly using your carrier's data connection or WiFi. Outlook on the device supports MS Direct Push email (requires MS Exchange Server 2003 SP2), POP3, IMAP and Exchange servers along with multiple email accounts, SSL, different authentication for outgoing servers and attachments.
Configuring i-mate JAQ3 with Microsoft dedicated exchange hosting
- If you want to connect via Infrared, you need to click on Menu - Connect via IR
- Go to Status (Here's the options for desktop synchronization with ActiveSync 4.0)
- Tick the things that you want to synchronize. For instance, Contact, Calendar, Email
- Then Click on Settings Button
- Enter a friendly name for your PC and select the options for how to handle conflicts
- Then go to the Calendar Settings
- Then go to the Connections where you can select the ability to sync via USB or serial
- Then go to Exchange 2003 Server Settings. These are entered when you select Menu - Add Server Source.
- Enter the domain name and password. If you store the password, you can choose to remove it later
- Then select what you sync with the server. Note that Tasks will not be synchronized with Exchange until you have installed Service Pack 2 for Exchange
- Go to Menu Options after you have created both an Exchange Server and desktop partnership. This is the place to delete partnership by using click and hold.
- Then Schedule which is only available after you configure the Exchange Server