1. krwilkins's Avatar
    I use Tasks in Outlook on our works Exchange Server to manage my to-do list. I have it setup and syncing with no problems on the Classic. My issue is when I create a new task it sometimes defaults to the "Blackberry 10 Device" instead of the work Exchange account. Tasks in the Blackberry 10 Device do not sync back to Outlook via exchange. I already have my Exchange account setup as the default for email and calendar, but I can't find anywhere to do this for the Remember app.

    The problem this creates is when I'm adding new tasks quickly and on the fly I don't know which account they are being save to. Is there any way for me to eliminate the "Device" Remember account, or change a setting that will only add new tasks/reminders to my work exchange account?
    01-04-15 04:23 PM
  2. Upright-Underground's Avatar
    Good question. I also look forward to input before I get the Classic.
    01-04-15 10:27 PM
  3. Chris Degroote's Avatar
    Outlook. Com is also my only calendar I use. I never used remember so I don't know how it act with outlook. The only thing i know is, when i open the remember app there is a folder with my calendar from Outlook where I can add tasks.
    Remember app and Outlook account-img_20150105_061429.png

    Posted with my Z10 STL 100-2 10.3.1.1949 radio 1154
    01-04-15 11:17 PM

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