October 1, 2021 at 7:44 pm
We’ve been running Akrutosync on our desktop (Windows 10 64bit) with Microsoft Office 2013. We set up sync with our two Android phones which has worked very well for a couple years. We just purchased a Windows laptop also running Windows 10 64bit but with a Office 365 subscription. We’re at a loss as to how to include this platform into syncing with the main desktop which is where Akrutosync is installed.October 1, 2021 at 8:04 pmModerator
Thank you for choosing AkrutoSync.
It is possible to install AkrutoSync on computer A, and set up computer B to sync with it.
Computer A or the main computer must have a full version of Windows, As long as it is not running Windows RT. Computer A can have any version of Outlook installed with the combination of AkrutoSync.
Computer B must have Outlook 2013/2016. It is OK if computer B has Windows RT (although it can also have a full version of Windows).
For Computer A. When setting up sync in Akruto, select the “Windows Phone” option. When Akruto asks you to open a website, Go to Computer B and use Internet Explorer, do not use any other browser. Windows will ask you whether to choose a certificate store automatically or let you choose the certificate store manually. You need to manually choose the certificate store called “Trusted Root Certificate Authorities”.
Then open Outlook 2013/2016 settings and create the manual account. Choose Exchange AcriveSync (usually written as Outlook.com or Exchange ActiveSync in Outlook 2013/2016. Enter the fake email address displayed in AkrutoSync window and the password, just like you would do with any phone or tablet.
Outlook 2013/2016 will act just like any physical phone or tablet.
If you are having problems with the setup process, please send an email to email@example.com so we can guide you through the process.
Technical Support Specialist
AkrutoSyncOctober 8, 2021 at 3:39 pm
I left a response, which was full of issues with this process and what all it breaks.
that response seems to have disappeared so BEWARE!