If your device already has Exchange ActiveSync integrated, then you'll just have to configure it (see below).
RoadSync (www.roadsync.com) has a software application for most mobile devices like mobile phones and smartphones.
Newer Android Phones support direct out-of-the-box synchronisation with interWays!
If your device does not support Exchange Sync yet, we do recommend the use of "K9 Mail" (free download in the Android Market) or, for professional use, "Enhanced Mail", since many customers report that it provides extended capabilities and a better sync experience on Android devices.
Calendars/Contacts/Tasks/Mail: Android native sync recommended (Android OS has a limitation: Only the main calendar will be synced. To work around this, please install CalDAV-Sync from the Android market).
Mail: K9 Mail recommended (Android native works, too)
Alternative: You can find Roadsync directly via the Android Market (or www.roadsync.com).
Blackberry users please try AstraSync, which is available for most Blackberry devices (www.astrasync.com). Please set up AstraSync for use with an Exchange 2003 server, user details see below. Alternatively, you can also try out NotifySync (www.notifysync.com).
No Blackberry Internet Service (BES/BIS) is required. A data plan (Internet) is sufficient for interWays sync.
The server settings are as follows for all these options:
- Server: ssl.interways.de
- SSL Encryption: On (Port 443)
- Domain: interwaysmail.com (or whichever domain you use with our system)
- User name: yourname (the part in front of @interwaysmail.com) or - if there is no domain entry - interwaysmail.com\yourname
- Password: Your password
Some devices may delete contacts and calendar entries previously stored locally on the device, so please make certain to back them up (or write them down) before setting up a sync account.