iOS Setup for Office 365 Emails

Follow me Follow the simple steps to setup Office 365 emails on your Apple Device. Tap Settings.  Go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars.    Tap on Add Account…   Tap Microsoft Exchange    Enter the following details- Email- Email-id@domain.com Server- outlook.office365.com Domain- This is optional, you can leave this empty Username- Your Complete Email Address Password- <Enter your Password> Description- Email-id (if you have multiple email accounts, this  description helps to identify each)   Once the account is verified, a Server entry will be created and populated. Tap Next. On the settings Screen, select which Information you would like to have synced to your iOS device. Tap Save.  Your Account is now Added. You can now view and send your Office 365 emails from the Cloud.   If you are still having any issues, please feel free to reach us, we would love to help you out. Follow...

Camera you can attach to your IPhone- DxO one making it possible

Sony came up with an amazing idea of QX series cameras which are bigger and clunky Wi-Fi Model, but DxO will be giving a tough time to Sony with its new phone attached camera. DxO’s small, grip size camera plugs into a Lightening connector which will convert your IPhone or IPad into a display for a camera that has 20 Megapixels, 1-inch-sensor and f1.8 camera. the dimensions are 2.7 x 1.9 x 1 in/67.3 x 48.3 x 25.4mm and it weighs 3.8 oz/108 g. The front has a cover that slides over the lens. When you slide it down, it turns the camera on; sliding down again pops the Lightning connector out of the side of the body. When connected to the phone, it acts as a grip, and has a real two-stage shutter button (for half-press prefocusing), though the camera uses an electronic shutter. A small touchscreen status LCD on the back switches between still adn video mode witha swipe. Below the LCD we can see a covered compartment with the MicroSD slot and USB connector. Most cameras have between one and threeaspherical lenses but this one consist of six aspherical lenses The connector mount can rotate 60 degrees forward and backward for up-high or waist-level shooting, or to help prop up the phone when it’s sitting on a flat surface. If you connect the camera in the reverse orientation, it’s ready for selfies. The accompanying app offers full manual controls, including the ability to stop down the aperture from f1.8 to f11, though you’ll find usual full auto and program scene modes as well. The ISO sensitivity range...

Missing Mail Folders to Push & Sync Email SubFolders on iPhone

Follow me This article will help you with the step-by-step procedure on how to sync email subfolders on iPhone and iPad. By default, iPhone & iPad only syncs the Inbox. However, what if you wan to sync  subfolder/s. You’re told to check the setting “Mail Folders to Push” to synchronize the subfolders. I checked a number of articles, and all wanted me to check the same settings “Mail Folders to Push” on the iPhone which I could not find. Now, that a concern, you are told to perform a step and you can’t find it on your iPhone. No, your iPhone and iPad is fine, its just that the settings is no longer available in iOS 7 and iOS 8. So, I started to pay more attention to the setting on my phone, and viola, I found it. Who really needs to do it?? Usually people who has rules in their Outlook to move emails from someone to a specific folder or subfolder. I’ve recently configured a number of Outlook rules to better manage my Inbox. However, that affected by ability to get emails on iPhone. So, I ended up with this article. Before you begin, note that if you sync too many subfolders, it might slow down your device. So, choose wisely, and select folders for which you don’t want to miss any email. Here is how you do it: 1. Go to Settings, than Mail, Contacts, Calendars 2. Scroll to bottom and tap on “Fetch New Data“ 3. Tap on your Exchange account you want to work on. (Note: This settings works only on Exchange/Corporate accounts that can sync emails...

Exchange:This message has not been downloaded from the server

Follow me Recently we upgraded Exchange 2010 RTM to Exchange 2010 SP1 and since after the reboot users started to complain that their IPhone are unable to download emails. The emails get listed in phone but when one tries to open them gets the following error.   This message has not been downloaded from the server   I checked the exchange server and event id 4999 was logged repeatedly in Application log Watson report about to be sent for process id: 1234, with parameters: E12, c-RTL-AMD64, 14.01.0218.011, AirSync, MSExchange ActiveSync, Microsoft.Exchange.Data.Storage.InboundConversionOptions.CheckImceaDomain, UnexpectedCondition:ArgumentException, 4321, 14.01.0218.015.   The most noticable part in this even is the work CheckmceaDomain, The point the issue is towards the default domain or accepted domains in exchange.I researched further with this error to find that there some issue with the Accepted Domains on the server. It’s a good time to inform that this exchange Server was part of a domain which started with SBS 2011 server because of which the Accepted domain has been defined with the name “Windows SBS External Domain”.   Refer the screenshot below Exchange 2010 SP1 has some issues with the Spaces in the name of Accepted domain, in this case “Windows SBS External Domain”. To resolve the issue we executed following CmdLet on Exchange Management Shell 1) List the Accepted Domain on Exchange Server Get-Accepteddomain |FL Identity 2) Copy the Identity of the Accepted domain whose name has Spaces in this case “Windows SBS External Domain” and change its name to without spaces using the following CmdLet Set-AcceptedDomain –Identity -Name “”WindowsSBSExternalDomain” 3) Reboot the server. Hope this solution helps you to...

Unable to send large attachments greater than 500KB from IPhone with Exchange 2010

Unable to send large attachments greater than 500KB from IPhone with Exchange 2010 Follow me We found some missing permissions to be the reason for this issue, to resolve the issue follow the below steps  On the Exchange Server server, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. Click Advanced, and then click Environment Variables. In the System Variables field, scroll until you see TEMP. Note the path for TEMP. For example, this path may be the following path: C:\WINDOWS\TEMP Open Windows Explorer, locate the folder that you noted in step 3, right-click the folder, and then click Properties. Click Security, and then add the Authenticated Users Make sure that the Read & Execute, List Folder Contents, and Write permissions are selected for this group. Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK. Type iisreset. Hope this quick fix resolves your issue, if not feel free report new issue at our forum Follow...

The Iphone cannot be synced because it cannot be found

Follow me I am running the latest OS X Yosemite on my Mac and latest version IOS 8.1 on my Iphone 5s.  From past couple of weeks every now and than when I connect my Iphone to Mac,  Itunes sees it and tries to sync it but fails with error  The Iphone cannot be synced because it cannot be found I researched alot on the issue but unable to find the reason behind the issue, probably its because of some latest update either on IOS or Mac which is causing it.  It is more likely on IOS end as I have read that even users with Itunes installed on a windows PC is facing the same issue. Fortunately I was able to find the solution to this issue by Exiting Off Itunes and restarting it.  Also at times rebooting my Mac was needed to fix the issue. Hopefully Apple will soon fix this one, until then restarting Itunes isn’t too bad of a solution. Follow...