How to synchronize Outlook with your cell phone

As more people use their phones as digital agenda, a problem always comes up sooner or later: how to synchronize an Outlook Calendar and a cell phone? Tech Tag explains 2 ways to synchronize Outlook with a cell phone using a synchronization standard called syncML.

First, you need a few things:

  1. syncML compatible phone
  2. WAP connection (GPRS, 3G)
  3. A syncML account (scheduleworld, zyb)
  4. Outlook

Then, there are two Outlook plugins you can use:

This how-to sounds pretty simple and is very well detailed. Follow the steps and your synchronization should be up and running in no time!

[tags]Cell Phone, Cellular Phone, Mobile, Outlook, Calendar, Synchronize, syncML[/tags]

John July 27, 2006 at 3:21 am

Hey thanks for the information I have been to the links you mentioned and i think zyb is a better option atleast you are not paying anything to backup your mobile data.

Tim August 26, 2006 at 12:03 am

“This plugin is free, but according to Tech Tag, it has a few issues but they managed to make it work and they explain how to.”

– Umm.. I have browsed the web for hours, and I can’t find a solution to make Sync4j to work anywhere. Where did you read this info?

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