Android exchange calendar not updating
Today, we’re taking on a new challenge, with the goal of helping even more users be more productive on the go, whether it’s through a better calendar or a more seamless email experience.
Hi I have a client with activesync setup on her iphone from an exchange environment.
If you’re thinking about switching, here’s what you should know. Some Sunrise features are already present in Outlook for i OS and Android.
You can already connect multiple accounts (Office 365 and Exchange obviously, but also Gmail, i Cloud and more) to have a complete overview of what your day looks like.
Unfortunately, as all good stories go, there’s a sad bit to it: we’re not able to support and update Sunrise anymore. For this reason, we’ll be removing Sunrise from the app stores in the next few days.
But then we think about how we are going to be able to bring all of what made Sunrise great to the Outlook Mobile apps. In the meantime, the Sunrise apps will still be available on their respective app stores.To have a look at what we’ve been up to you, check out the latest calendar features we’ve released for Outlook on i OS and Android.You can also download the apps directly and try us out (you can find us here on i OS and there on Android).Android's smart, intuitive design and exclusive features have helped it become the world's most popular mobile platform.Dear Sunrise users, One last note to let you know that we’re moving on for good to Outlook and shutting down the Sunrise apps on i OS, Android, Mac and Web. As of today, your calendar will stop updating and any changes you make to it will not be reflected on any other platform. Don’t worry though, all the information held in your calendar will still be available on the original platform you were using (Gmail, i Cloud, Outlook, etc.). We’re excited by what’s ahead and we’d love for you to come and join us in our latest adventure.