I considered a dual-SIM phone but active dual-SIM (which promises to accomplish my needs) is not readily available and convenient. So I'm going to give up my work phone (and phone number) and hope to still achieve complete separation between work and home on my computers and phones.
I hope someone can help. If so, I will accept you as a rock star!
It's important to make things as easy as possible, especially when it comes to your Outlook accounts, and syncing what you need on your Galaxy S9+. I'm eager to assist you today. Tell me, how many email accounts do you have? Do they all use the same domain, or no? Have you tried to sync the accounts? Here's a link that provides you with the information on Account Sync with the S9+: http://spr.ly/6605Ex9iJ
I have all the emails set up.
I need one calendar (shared with wife) and one contact list (shared with wife) still to be synced. These use a separate .pst file within Outlook.
Can you assist?
I am happy to get the information you need for syncing Outlook at Home AND Work on your Galaxy S9+. To make sure I understand the question, and get your the right resolution, are you able to download the Outlook App on the S9+ and successfully add all the individual email accounts on that app? If not what happens when you try to do that?
I have all my emails synced.
I have Outlook at home that I share with my wife. I need to find a way to sync contacts & calendar (& tasks and notes if possible) with my S9+, and with my wife's phone.
I have Outlook at work, and have been syncing it via Exchange to the Outlook app on my phone. I can use a different app if necessary.
I do not want to mix home and work contacts/calendars etc.
Two-way sync to/from home is preferred.
I appreciate the added details. I understand not wanting to mix the content of the 2 accounts. I would recommend reaching out to Microsoft to see if they have a way to keep them separate with in the app. Here is a link to their support site. http://spr.ly/6603EINiB
If you are syncing contacts from one account with your phone, it will generally share that information with other accounts that are synced to share contacts. If the contacts are saved directly on your phone, you could select not to sync this information with your phone contacts to prevent the 2 from syncing together.
You could look into using 2 calendars like Google and Microsoft and only sync one account to each, but you would need to check that your current platform supports sync with other calendars.