If you’re using a Windows Mobile phone and thinking about moving to Windows Phone 7 sometime in the future, you’ll find this article to be useful.
NOTE: This article was originally published in March 2012. In May 2014, Windows Mobile devices stopped syncing to a Windows Live (Outlook.com) account. It appears that Microsoft disabled this ability on their end and does not intend to enable this ability again. The steps that are outlined in this article no longer work.
I decided to leave this blog article active on my blog more for historical reasons since it is linked to some of my forum posts in the Microsoft’s Community forums.
Continue reading Sync your Windows Mobile 6.x Phone to your Windows Live account
There is no task application on Windows Phone 7 and so there’s no way to sync tasks from Outlook 2010 (or earlier versions of Outlook) to WP7. Windows Live (which is now known as Outlook.com) includes a task option that is buried within the Calendar hub, which is still quite limited.
I recently published an article that documents one method you could use to handle your tasks on a windows phone, which you can read here. At the time I also mentioned another method that I was formulating. This method uses a windows live account to manage tasks. It’s a little complicated to set up, but it’s free and integrates nicely with Outlook and the phone’s calendar.
Continue reading Use Windows Live to handle tasks on a Windows Phone