Galaxy S3 sync with Microsoft OutlookSupport


  1. jbg1952

    jbg1952 New Member

    Does anyone know how to sync the Galaxy S3 with Microsoft Outlook without Exchange?

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  2. dalpilot

    dalpilot Member

    Use the MyPhoneExplorer app in the Play store - sync over WiFi, USB, Bluetooth.
  3. Smokerson

    Smokerson New Member

    You can use Samsung Kies.

    Worked with my sgs3 contacts and calendar, synced fine but not my memos and tasks like my sgs2, but there was a kies update and will try again after that.

    Btw, you dont need exchange.
  4. BlogYourEarth

    BlogYourEarth Member

    Hi all,

    I just synchronized my Samsung Galaxy S3 with Outlook by using Samsung Kies. For me it worked out perfectly, I have now my schedule and all my contacts on my SGS3. Here is a short description:

    Samsung Galaxy S3 sync with outlook


    Hope this helps!
    Blogyourearth
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  5. DStrayer

    DStrayer New Member

    Just left the Dark Side (iphone) and trying to set up my S3. Everytime I plugged in the "other" phone, it would sync. Does this "Kies" thing do that too (in a convenient fashion)?

    Also looking to sync with my Outlook at work in addition to my personal laptop - any issues hooking all 3 together?

    Thanks,

    Dave
  6. desmofan

    desmofan Well-Known Member

    I use Gsyncit to sync my Outlook Contacts and Calendar with Google, which then syncs with my phone. It syncs on a set schedule, so you don't actually connect your phone to your PC/Laptop. It works fine for me.
  7. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

    Why are you guys manually syncing with outlook?
  8. desmofan

    desmofan Well-Known Member

    That's why I use Gsyncit. It syncs automatically throughout the day through my Google account.
  9. rcsrich

    rcsrich Well-Known Member

    Used to use this before I had a phone that could sync with Exchange & it worked well...
  10. desmofan

    desmofan Well-Known Member

    Exactly. I use it to sync my non-Exchange Contacts and Calendar, and simply use Enhanced Email for Exchange access.
  11. Thorman

    Thorman Active Member

    thanks
  12. aaron377

    aaron377 New Member

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