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Exchange Active Sync lets you synchronize your email, calendar, and contacts, tasks, and memos.
You can set up email on your Black Berry device using a POP3 or IMAP4 connection to your account.
You have the choice to select USB sync (works like Black Berry Desktop Manager of the past), Wi-Fi sync using your home or office router, or our private Deja Cloud wireless sync that automates the sync process.
Advantages: Deja Cloud is always available via Internet, Wi-Fi and Phone connection.
Deja Office holds Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes together, and with the same internal formats as in Outlook. Our technician will securely log in to your PC and get everything working.
Deja Office synchronizes to Android Native Accounts for Contacts and Calendar.
If you want your computer's non-Gmail contacts to sync as well, periodically sync your phone with Desktop Manager.
You'll need to configure your device sync settings as well -- for example, transfer contacts and calendar information with encryption. Your Black Berry automatically syncs data to the primary email account configured on the device, but you can also initiate a manual sync to the primary or additional accounts if you can't wait for the next data fetch.
If you've added an account to the Black Berry, you can initiate a manual wireless sync as well.
Begin by launching "Setup" and select "Email Accounts" -- if prompted, click "Internet Mail Account" and enter your user name and password as well.
After installation of Sync2, just follow the Synchronization Setup Wizard steps.
Schedule synchronization and it will start automatically, otherwise you can start syncing manually any time you need the changes to be transferred.
Microsoft Outlook and Google services synchronization will start automatically after you finish the Synchronization Setup Wizard.