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# 77600 18-Feb-2011 13:18
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Hi all

My wife recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy i5503t handset from Noel Leeming at a discounted price. One of the advertised features of this phone is that it can sync with Exchange mail, calendars etc. 

She has managed to get it syncing with mail, but cannot get it to sync with her Exchange Outlook Calendar. She have tried resetting the phone, installing Samsung's Kies software, making sure she has the latest version of Android, and taking the phone to Telecom to get assistance; they could not get it to work either.

Has anyone else had a similar experience, or have any ideas on how she can resolve this? The main reason she bought this phone was to be able to sync with her calendar.

 Cheers n thanks

Shaggie

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  # 441147 18-Feb-2011 13:24
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Upgrade it to Froyo 2.2 and you can sync the calendar - it's not a feature in 2.1 which comes standard on the phone.

Search my posts for the instructions or wait for a month or so for official 2.2 to be launched for the galaxy 5.

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