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Contents What is Exchange ActiveSync™? .... 4 Installing Exchange ActiveSync™ ... 4 Setting up an Exchange ActiveSync™ account................................................ 5 Your first synchronization...................... 6 Synchronization settings ........................ 6 Email................................................... 7 Folders.................................................... 8 Creating a message................................. 8 Receiving email..........................
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Exchange ActiveSync supports SSL (Secure What is Exchange Socket Layer) connections, enabling the same ActiveSync™? level of security trusted for online banking. Your IT department or operator can tell you if With Exchange ActiveSync™ in your phone you can set Exchange ActiveSync to connect you can wirelessly synchronize corporate to your server using an SSL connection. email, calendar items, and contacts on a Microsoft™ Exchange Server 2003 with the Exchange ActiveSync stores its d
To install Exchange ActiveSync or /, but be in the form of exchange.mycompany.com). 1. In your phone, select Tools > File manager and locate the Exchange Domain – the domain you belong to in ActiveSync installation file on the your corporate network. Memory Stick. Use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) – enabled 2. Tap the file and select Install. by default. To disable this feature, unmark the check box. 3. When the installation is ready, you will see the option Do you want to start: Select No
from the phone and your Exchange Server will continue as long as the phone is turned on. data is transferred to the phone. It will remain enabled after you turn the phone Merge – contacts and calendar off and then on again. If the phone is in use information in your phone is merged with during a push or scheduled synchronization, your Exchange Server data. This may the synchronization will be attempted again cause duplicates. later. 8. A warning that Exchange ActiveSync will From the
A. Shows the current synchronization status. Calendar data, see Option to reset Contacts data on page 11. B. Select this to perform a full synchronization. Adv – enable Verbose Logging, see Check the log on page 13, enable SSL C. Select this to open a menu of options. You communication, reset all synchronized can, for example: data, change the cycle time for a Direct – Open the Settings dialog. Push cycle. – View the ActiveSync help file. ActiveSync log – View and manage the ActiveSync
The figure below shows the main view in message, and exit the message before sending it, you will be asked if you want Messaging with the Exchange ActiveSync to save it. If you select Yes, the message mailbox: will automatically be stored in this folder. • Sent – contains messages you have sent. Messaging D Exchange ActiveSync does not synchronize Call voicemail A public folders or email mail folders that you Create new message have created yourself (local folders). Messages Inbox 1 un
B. Subject field. Select this to enter the Filtering message subject. You can adjust Exchange ActiveSync to filter C. Entry field (on the detail tab). Write the email you receive in your phone. Adjustments message here. can be made by date range and email size. D. Address tab. You can enter the address here and other details, such as message By default, email is limited to the past three priority. days. Exchange ActiveSync will synchronize E. Attachments tab. Select this and then base
• Viewing options, for example list view, Invitations detail view, and three zoom levels. If you receive an invitation to an appointment • The option to add notes to a contact. (meeting request) via an email message, you • Support for multiple email addresses and can select Accept, Decline or Tentative using Web pages. your phone. If you accept, the Calendar in • Support for multiple home, business, your phone will be updated automatically. mobile phone and fax numbers. • Sorting optio
Option to reset Contacts data • Viewing options, for example Month view or Week view, and three zooming levels. In the Exchange ActiveSync application you • Options for creating new calendar can select an option to delete all your contacts appointments and events. in your phone. After the next synchronization, • Alarms and recurrences. the Contacts content in your phone will be • Options for viewing meeting attendees, exactly the same as the contacts content on the location, date and
Note: On your phone, you can respond to a Working offline meeting invitation through the Exchange You can use your phone for offline work, when ActiveSync messaging application, but not no service is available. For example, you can invite to a meeting. still use your phone in flight mode to write and Option to reset Calendar data address emails to contacts that are available in If you select the option Reset Calendar Data, your phone. all your Calendar information in the phone As soo
5. Mark the contact (or contacts) and select Global Address List Done to insert it (them) in the field. With Exchange ActiveSync in your phone, To import a contact from the Global Address you can still access your corporate Global List to Contacts Address List, while away from office. 1. Select Contacts > More > ActiveSync 2. Select Edit and enter your search string, followed by Done. Contacts Contact Search 3. Select Search. B 4. Mark the contact (or contacts) and select Peter 2. Bach
• Check the log in Exchange ActiveSync > If you are using the phone during a push or More > View log. Often, the root error is scheduled synchronization, the not the last entry. Scroll upwards to see synchronization will be skipped and attempted more entries. again later. The message Lost connection is • For a more detailed log, enable Verbose diplayed. Try to synchronize again, or wait a Logging, see Changing Exchange ActiveSync™ settings on page 6. Try to re- few minutes. create th
due to timeout problems, matching root certificates must exist on both devices to enable a smooth reconnection. Otherwise you will be prompted to accept the connection everytime it goes down. Check with your IT department which certificates and settings you must use. Note: It is not recommended to enable direct push synchronization without having a matching set of root certificates on the server and the phone. Technical support If you need technical support, you can find the Sony Eri
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