ALL MOBILE USERS
With the new cell phone policy staff and faculty can purchase any cell phone they want. If you need assistance setting up your new smart phone please contact the vendor with the following information which should be all they need to help you set up your CSUEB email and calendar account on their smart phone:
You can refer your mobile phone vendor to the Google Mobile Devices support page at: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=75726
For your convenience we have provided instructions to sync your mobile phone with Google Apps but you need to contact your mobile phone vendor for additional assistance.
Get Mail, Contacts, and Calendar on Windows Mobile
Set up your Windows Mobile phone with Google Sync to access your Google Apps mail, contacts and calendars from your phone's native applications.
Step 1: Remove previous Account Setup On Your Windows Mobile Phone
NOTE: Skip this step and go to Step 2 if you do not have a current account setup.
Go to Start>Select Programs>Select Active Sync
Go to Menu>Select Options>
Select ‘Delete’ Exchange Server>Select Yes
This should remove your existing Exchange (Campus) account.
Step 2: Setting Up Your Windows Mobile Phone
Get Mail, Contacts, and Calendar on your iPhone
Set up your iPhone with Google Sync to access your Google Apps mail, contacts and calendars using your phone's native applications.
Step 1: Remove previous Account Setup on your iPhone
Note: skip this step and go to Step 2 if you do not have a current account or the phone is brand new.
Turn on your iPhone
Go to 'Settings'
Go to 'Mail, Contacts, Calendars'
Click on the 'Exchange Account'
Scroll towards the bottom and click on "Delete Account"
Step 2: How to Setup Up Your iPhone
Find out more options and features of using Google Sync on your iPhone.
Use Google Talk on your iPhone
Point your iPhone's browser to: m.google.com/talk. Then chat with your Google Talk contacts directly from your iPhone.
What other Google Apps can you use on your iPhone? Visit Google's iPhone Help Center.
Note: Black Berry devices are not officially supported. To configure these devices Google has supplied some documentation.
Download Google's tailor-made apps for the BlackBerry to access your Google Apps mail, contacts, and calendars, using all the same Gmail features you use the web (email conversations, labels, and so on).
Note: Palm devices are not officially supported. To configure these devices Google has supplied some documentation.
Built in email app for access to Gmail
For older Palm devices, typical IMAP settings can be used.