1. Vance14's Avatar
    My boss just got a new Android phone and wants to sync up his Outlook email, contacts and calender with Gmail, etc. When I did this, I just added my POP email to Gmail, imported my contacts using the export/import feature and then used Google Calendar Sync to take care of the calendar syncing both ways.

    He does not use Gmail and only needs to get his POP email on his phone (Gmail) when his Outlook is closed.

    Now I see that they have Google App Sync for Outlook. Is this better than my piecemeal method?
    05-23-2011 03:32 PM
  2. takeshi's Avatar
    Depends on what the criteria for "better" are. Sync Android/Droid with Outlook/Exchange lists out a lot of Outlook sync options. Email's not relevant as the email client on the device won't connect to Outlook for email. It will connect directly to the POP server.

    I use gsyncit to sync some Outlook content with my Google account. It seems to work well though it does rely on a desktop component but I don't see any way around this.
    05-24-2011 07:34 AM
  3. Vance14's Avatar
    Thanks for that link, it is just what I needed!
    05-24-2011 10:22 AM