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Mobile TimeSync for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted on 30-Jun-2005 09:56.
Windows Mobile Smartphone
TimeSync uses a minimal amount of bandwidth and its rich, intuitive interface allows users to select from a number of options, including:
Multiple time servers for even greater resilience and reliability (four international time servers are installed by default).
Option to move time servers down in order of priority on failed synchronization.
Improved graphical layout.
Optional audio notification of a failed or successful time synchronization.
Option to synchronize time while device is sleeping.
Supports international regions, multiple time-zones and daylight-saving time.
Time server settings include configurable NTP string and port.
Option to automatically synchronize time at a set interval.
Option to automatically retry a failed sync.
Option to automatically dial if not connected.
Automatically runs in the background after a soft reset.
The software requires Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphone, and a connection to the Internet.
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