Is ActiveSync still supported?

Is ActiveSync still supported?

Exchange ActiveSync v12. 0 is used on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 RTM Server, though it may also be used by third-party applications or services. After June 15, 2020, Outlook for iOS and Android will no longer be able to use this protocol version.

How do I get ActiveSync on my Android?

Set up an Android device with a Microsoft® Office 365 or Exchange ActiveSync account

  1. Open your device’s Settings app. Tap Accounts. If you can’t see ‘Accounts’, tap Users & accounts.
  2. At the bottom, tap Add account.
  3. Tap Exchange.
  4. Enter your Microsoft® Office 365 or Exchange ActiveSync email and credentials.

Does Android use ActiveSync?

x.x. ActiveSync (Exchange) is a protocol that allows to synchronize emails, contacts and calendar appointments from a server to mobile devices. This article will show how to configure ActiveSync (Exchange) account on your Android device.

How do I enable ActiveSync?

Use the Classic EAC to enable or disable Exchange ActiveSync

  1. In the Classic EAC, navigate to Recipients > Mailboxes.
  2. In the list of user mailboxes, click the mailbox that you want to enable or disable Exchange ActiveSync for, and then click Edit.
  3. On the mailbox properties page, click Mailbox Features.

Is ActiveSync deprecated?

We’re removing the ability to use Basic authentication in Exchange Online for Exchange ActiveSync (EAS), POP, IMAP, Remote PowerShell, Exchange Web Services (EWS), Offline Address Book (OAB), Outlook for Windows, and Mac.

How do I check my ActiveSync version?

In the administration interface, go to the Accounts > Users. Select the users and click More Actions > Mobile Devices. Select the device and click Details. The details show the protocol version the devices uses.

What is Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync on Android?

Exchange ActiveSync is a Microsoft Exchange synchronization protocol that lets mobile phones access an organization’s information on a server that’s running Microsoft Exchange.

Does Outlook on Android use ActiveSync?

Microsoft wants Exchange customers, especially those with Exchange Online mailboxes in Office 365, to use Outlook Mobile instead of the free email apps from companies like Apple and Samsung. These clients use ActiveSync to connect to Exchange.

What devices use ActiveSync?

In addition to support on Windows Phone, EAS client support is included on:

  • Android,
  • iOS,
  • BlackBerry 10 smartphones and the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet computer.

Does ActiveSync use IMAP?

ActiveSync allows you to “Remote Wipe” your phone. E.g. if it is lost or stolen, you can issue a command from a user interface that will delete data off your phone if it is ever enabled again. This is very good for your security and privacy. There is no such functionality with IMAP and SMTP.

Is IMAP Basic Auth?

“As part of security defaults, we currently disable Basic Authentication by default for new customers.”

What replaces Basic Auth?

Basic Authentication is superseded by Modern Authentication (based on OAuth 2.0). Customers are encouraged to move to apps that support Modern Authentication prior to the removal of Basic Authentication.

What is the Android version of the ActiveSync client?

An example of and EAS client string is “Android-EAS/2.0” where the number is the version of the ActiveSync client. Devices with those strings report the Android version in another column. Here are some additional examples of the Android version numbers: 100.202, 100.20303, 100.20304, 100.20305, 100.20306, 100.40003, 100.40004

What are the Exchange ActiveSync device settings for Office 365?

Exchange ActiveSync device settings with Exchange hybrid deployments. Exchange ActiveSync devices are automatically reconfigured when a mailbox is moved from an Exchange on-premises organization to Office 365. Exchange ActiveSync will find the new mailbox location in Office 365 and update its configuration to talk directly to Office 365.

How do I re-Sync my ActiveSync devices?

Users can also view all their paired ActiveSync devices by visiting their ActiveSync Devices preferences. This is located within Horde’s Global Preferences. From here, it is possible to force a complete re-sync, or to request a remote wipe of a provisioned device (see below).

How do I view all of my ActiveSync devices?

Administrators can view all of the ActiveSync devices paired with the server. This is the ActiveSync Devices link located under the Administration menu. From here an administrator can request a remote wipe, or force a re-provisioning of any device.

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