Microsoft has confirmed that Google will end support for new Windows 8 and Windows RT devices to connect to Gmail via Exchange ActiveSync today, but does offer some workarounds for this issue.
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Microsoft has revealed that Google will now extend its Gmail support for the Exchange ActiveSync protocol for new Windows Phone device until July 31st, rather than ending EAS support today.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft will put in support for CardDAV and CalDAV protocols in order for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 to sync to Google's calendar and contacts.
Microsoft has reminded people once again that its new Outlook.com email service supports Exchange Active Sync, while also slamming Google for removing support for EAS for its Gmail service.
Microsoft is fixing an issue with its Outlook.com service which caused many users to get errors saying they have too many devices syncing to their Exchange ActiveSync accounts when using Outlook 2013