The following applies to smartphones (phone and PDA combinations). This information should only be necessary if you want to wirelessly synchronize your e-mail, calendar, and contacts between the District servers and your personal phone.
Phones with the following capabilities have worked in the past with the District's e-mail, calendar and contact services:
- Windows Mobile 6.1 or later
- ActiveSync 4.5 (or later)
- Allows third-party SSL security certificates to be installed.
Other smartphones may indeed work with our servers, but you will need to contact your wireless service provider for assistance or troubleshooting.
Documents provided below explain how to connect popular smartphones to District servers, but note that no support or troubleshooting will be provided by IT for personal equipment.
|Operating System||Service Carriers||Setup Instructions|
|ATT / Sprint / |
T-Mobile / Verizon
|Blackberry (RIM)||Varioues provides||see notes below.|
|Pre (Palm)||Sprint||see notes below.|
|Android (Google)||Sprint / T-Mobile / Verizon||see notes below.|
|Symbian (Nokia / Samsung / LG)||ATT / T-Mobile / Verizon||see notes below.|
- Due to wide variety of wireless providers and communication devices available for personal use, IT Department cannot guarantee your personal communication device will succesfully sync e-mail and other data with our servers. Please contact your wireless provider with any questions or if you require assistance (information provided on this page may be useful when you contact your provider).
- Phones based on Symbian, Palm, Android and other operating systems may be supported by third party software, such as RoadSync by Dataviz.com and others. However, decision to use such applications is entirely up to you. District IT department does not endorse these products and cannot provide any form of support for them.