|Subject||Posted By||Forum||Category||Last Activity||Activity|
||Andy Babiec||Microsoft||1 week ago||
||Andy Babiec||Apple||Mobile||1 year ago||
||Andy Babiec||Support||Paul||1 year ago||
||Andy Babiec||Mobile||1 year ago||
Since yesterday, my outlook.com account has been having issues syncing my contacts to my Pixel 2 phone.
Not sure why it is having an issue but resetting the account OR removing it and adding it back in does not seem to work. What happens is that a small subset starts to sync over and then they all disappear and the "Sync Contact" setting in the Outlook app is set back to OFF. WTF!!!
Outlook.com contact sync has always seemed inconsistent and I have never made edits or changes to contacts on my phone. is a one-way sync to hard for Microsoft?
What I don't get is that I have never had issues with my work Office365 contacts being in sync (on any phone or device.)
Why is Outlook.com so problematic? Why can't they use the same ActiveSync technology?
Should I move my contacts to google? I'm seriously considering it.
The Join Premium landing page says: 'Spring sale until April 30. Get Thurrott Premium for $48/annual on your first year of Premium.'
But the checkout page lists the regular price: $64
How do I get the sale price to reflect on checkout?
I’ve had a Nexus 5x for a really long time now and while I still like the phone, performance in certain apps is lacking and storage is limited (32GB.) I'd like to stay in the same 5" size factor while getting an upgrade in performance, storage and camera.
I am considering obtaining a silver 128GB Pixel (1 not 2) that I found at a good price. Any compelling arguments to not get this phone besides the fact that it isn’t the latest and greatest?
For Windows users that use iPhones/iPads, how does the iOS 11 change to using HEIF and HEVC formats for images & videos impact Windows users? My understanding is that Win10 does not support these formats yet and that iOS will sometimes transcode these files to JPG and h.264 when transferring the files via AirDrop/Mail/Share.
What I am wondering about is the other ways files get tranferred from iOS to Windows: Outlook app, OneDrive, SMS, connecting an iPhone directly to a PC via USB, etc.
Just wondering is anyone has done any testing around this?