If you bought the T809 you may have found that the Samsung software that comes with the product, that promises to synchronize the calendar and the address book contact list with Microsoft Outlook falls short.
Installing the software, you will find that it simply states that among the various features of the software, the sync-with-Outlook is simply not available for the T809 (the software is meant to be used by many Samsung phones, which, lucky for them, do NOT have the syncing options greyed out when they use it.)
There are a few ways of getting around the Syncing with Outlook problem. One can use the software to do a one-time import (as opposed to a graceful synchronozing) of address book info to the phone.
However, there is third-party "syncing" software that is compatible with the phone. The package is called DataPilot, and their website contains a for-purchase application that succeeds in linking both the address book and the calendar with Outlook. However, to be accurate, the calendar connection is not a sync, but a transfer that overwrites the contents of the phone, so recent additions to the phone's calendar are deleted, not synced in.
However, be cautious when purchasing Datapilot.
-- One would expect that the software would be compatible with the phone-to-USB cables that come with the phone, but they are not: the software wants to use DataPilot's own cables. Therefore it is better to use Bluetooth for data syncing.
-- However, again, there is a caveat: only the more advanced drivers of bluetooth (Broadcom/Widcomm Bluetooth BTW 188.8.131.52 or above) will work with the software. It is probably easiest to buy the package that includes Datapilot's own USB Bluetooth adapter and driver.