Chronobis is a FREE Outlook Web Access (OWA) to Windows Mobile device synchronization program.
It connects directly to OWA from your Windows Mobile device and does not require any special permissions or options to be enabled by your company's IT department. If you can access Outlook Web Access (OWA) from a public internet connection, you can sync Exchange calendar to your PocketPC (PPC) device using Chronobis. Chronobis also runs completely self-contained on your Windows Mobile device, no need to install software on your desktop, work computer, or use any "3rd party service".
My mobile device already connects to OWA to synchronize, why do I need Chronobis?
If that's true, then you don't need Chronobis.
Not everyone is that lucky, here is why:
Windows Mobile devices synchronize out of the box with Exchange Servers using Exchange ActiveSync via your data connection. On a default installation of Exchange Server 2003 and higher, Exchange ActiveSync is installed along with OWA. Unfortunately, many companies choose to block the mobile features of Exchange Server, either because they don't want to or can't devote support resources or they have simply chosen another mobile device platform.
When this feature is disabled, the user will receive the following error when attempting to use ActiveSync:
Your account in Microsoft Exchange Server does not have permission to synchronize with your current settings. Contact your Exchange server administrator.
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