How to Setup or Configure Motorola Backflip Android Phone to Connect and Sync to Microsoft Exchange Server?
The Motorola Backflip is Motorola’s Android-based Smartphone , available on AT&T, which features an interesting industrial design, thanks to that reverse-folding clamshell form factor. It is a good looking, if nontraditional, phone. The 3.1-inch, 480 x 320 pixel (HVGA) capacitive touchscreen(INFO) display dominates the front of the phone, and sits above 3 touch-sensitive controls for menu, home, and back.
In Motorola Backflip, when you set up Corp Sync to access Hosted Exchange server, then you have the option to enable SSL. If you enable SSL then the transfer is encrypted – this is the nature of SSL. But it uses asymmetric key encryption to encrypt all the data transfer between the handset and your Exchange server.
Setting up Motorola Backflip to sync with Microsoft Exchange Serverenables you to wirelessly synchronize your email and other information directly with the information stored on a Microsoft Exchange Server.
- From the programs menu, tap Account Setting.
- Tap Add account
- Tap Corporate Sync
- Enter the domain, username, password, e-mail address, and server for your Microsoft Exchange e-mail account.
- Tap Next.
Note: Contact your company’s IT department if you need more help. This feature works with Microsoft Exchange e-mail servers only.