ActiveSync provides a method to synchronize handheld devices with the Exchange/Outlook system. With the ActiveSync service customers have the ability to synchronize Outlook Email, Calendar, and Contacts with mobile devices. Any questions about ActiveSync can be sent to email@example.com. Note: We are not supporting ActiveSync email synchronization with MP3 players.
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II. Mobile Security:
Microsoft ActiveSync is used by many mobile devices (such as Windows Mobile, Android , Apple iPhones, & iPads) to access Outlook/Exchange email accounts. It’s suggested to save and backup any documents, pictures, tasks, notes or other information deemed important before implementing ActiveSync. It is also recommended to backup data on an ongoing basis. Enterprise Messaging is not responsible for lost documents, pictures, tasks, notes or other information while using the Hopkins ActiveSync service.
Note: The PIN locks the entire mobile device when idle for 60 minutes; not just the Outlook email.
III. ActiveSync Activation Request
IV. Lync 2010 for ActiveSync Devices
We are pleased to offer the Lync 2010 client application on IOS, Android, and Windows Phone 7 devices to all of our ActiveSync enabled customers. Lync 2010 offers text based Instant Messaging to other Lync 2010 users in the Johns Hopkins Instant Messaging environment (JHIM). The Johns Hopkins Instant Messaging (JHIM) desktop client offers a secure, internal Instant Messaging solution that can be used to collaborate among people within the Johns Hopkins community. JHIM uses Microsoft's Lync 2010 Server and offers advanced capabilities beyond text-based IM including voice, video, and application sharing. Like most popular IM clients, the Hopkins solution supports "presence detection" which can help determine if people are available through the use of status indicators like "busy", "away" or "online".
Here are some of the key features:
For specific install/configuation instructions for an IOS device (click here)
For specific install/configuration instructions for an Android device (click here)
If you have an ActiveSync enabled device that is currently setup within our Hopkins enviorment and you have additional questions about Lync 2010 on your device please contact the Mobility Support Team (firstname.lastname@example.org)
V. Lync 2010 for Desktop
For those looking to install or use Lync 2010 thru a webpage or desktop client, please visit the Johns Hopkins Instant Messaging Web Site (click here)