Microsoft ActiveSync is a technology that allows data such as emails, contacts, notes, calendar entries and more to be synchronized between a Windows PC and a mobile device such as the iPhone and Android based devices. This transfer is usually done via a direct connection between a PC and mobile device using a desktop application, however the ActiveSync name is also used by the technology used by an Exchange server to push data to a mobile device over an internet connection.
This guide provides a number of tips and tricks to help you get started with Microsoft ActiveSync, and lists some helpful troubleshooting steps that can be taken to resolve any issues you may encounter.
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