Syncing Outlook 2010 Calendar with Microsoft exchange Active Sync on a Samsung Galaxy S2

Posted on 2012-08-30
Last Modified: 2012-10-26
Hi Experts,

Can anyone explain how to sync my desktop Calendar with my Galaxy S2. My Desktop has Outlook 2010 and I uses Exchange 2010 via ActiveSync on my Galaxy S2.
When I enter an event on my desktop calendar I want it to sync with my email account when I view it on my phone but it doesn't seem to. I'm sure it must be a configuration setting somewhere but I don't know where.

Grateful for any advice offered.


Question by:olandata
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    Accepted Solution

    Settings > accounts and Sync > your Exchange account > check if the sync calendar is checked.

    If it is and it is not sync automatically check your power saving settings to see if "turn off sync" is checked. it should be unchecked as every time the power saving mode comes on it will turn off auto sync.

    Hope this helps

    Author Comment

    Thanks for the answer so far, I thought I would need to change the desktop config, is this not the case?

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