You can check out Google’s Mobile Team blog entry HERE, their Enterprise blog entry HERE and get more info about Google Sync and the iPhone HERE.
9 Responses to “Google Adds Gmail Support to Google Sync”
I know that push doesn’t work on unlocked iPhones for most things, but does it work for Exchange?
This does not work, lost all contacts and calendar data. Can’t sync them back, even when I delete the ME account and start again. Really annoying. Not sure if its a google server error or an iPhone 3.1 error.
i keep trying to set up sync but it keeps saying “fails”
Now I just need one for hotmail. Microsoft is so stubborn!
That part where you guys said that if you already have an exchange account set-up then push gmail will not work it’s wrong…. You just can’t have 2 gmail exchange accounts cause they run off the dame server. Mobil me or any other exchange accounts will still work.
I had google sync for awhile. Had gmail added but whn u say to just turn the mail option on in google sync I get 2 of my google mail. The one from sync only shows the recent email & won’t load any others. The other one will show everything nornally & is set up by gmail tab in the mail app
It works perfectly for me. Bye bye MobileMe.
I set it up yesterday and the push was slow at first and slow to load my inbox. Yesterday evening push started working perfectly (right along with my MobileMe during test emails), but loading of emails in my folders isn’t working well. Some folders have some emails in the and some have none. Figure I will give it through the weekend to load everything. It will be nice to turn off the fetch every 15 minutes now.
Here”s what worked for me (iPhone 3G 3.0.1)
- email field -> Used: email@example.com
- username field -> Used: myname
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