Thread: Entourage Email Database Syncing
07-03-2012, 01:43 AM #1
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Entourage Email Database Syncing
My Sister-in-Law received a free HTC Windows HD7 T "smart" phone from her brother and she's trying to sync it to her MacBook Pro running OS X 10.5.8. She doesn't necessarily want to receive email on the phone, but she wants to somehow import her Entourage Email Database into the phone, so she can go through her current emails on the phone at work.
Is there a way to convert and / or import an Entourage Email Database into a HTC smart phone?
The device won't even mount on the desktop, so I'm thinking of some kind of "cloud" service she can use to sync / link her MacBook Pro with the phone. She would prefer not to take her laptop to work.
Thanks for any helpful advice or assistance.
MacBook Pro OS X 10.5.8
Entourage Email Client
Verizon FIOS ISP
HTC Windows HD7 Phone w/ T Mobile
I also have access to a Windows Vista Laptop, if that helps.
07-08-2012, 01:40 AM #2
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Re: Entourage Email Database Syncing
Update From HTC...
"Thank you for contacting HTC about your HD7. I understand that you wish to help your Sister-in-Law access her Entourage email on her HD7. I will be happy to assist you.
At this time, the Windows HD7 is not fully sync compatible with MAC. Only media files will sync back and forth between the MAC and HD7. There are three ways to achieve what your sister wishes to do.
The first and most efficient way is to add the email account onto the phone itself. This will prevent her from having to continuously update the ‘archive’. She can even turn off the notifications if it is more convenient for her.
The second is to forward all of the emails from her Entourage account to a third party email account such as Hotmail or Gmail. She would then add the third party account to the phone. This would prevent the need to load the Entourage account itself to the HD7, Renick.
The third option is to use a 3rd party application like ‘Go to My PC’ or ‘Team Viewer’. This can be installed to the HD7 itself and allow her to access all files and folders on her MAC. This is a type of ‘remote in’ application. The bonus to this option is that she will be able to access far more than just her email.
I hope this information helps you and your Sister-in-Law. Have a wonderful evening!"
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