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Topic # 12581 26-Mar-2007 10:41
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I have a few of these phones in our organisation and wondering if I can allow them to sync Outlook calendar OTA. I can find server based software that providess SYNCML for Exchange but I am not sure if these phones can do it.

Would appreciate hearing form anybody who is syncing these phones OTA with Exchange

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Reply # 64990 26-Mar-2007 11:06
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The connection will probably be charged at WAP rates. The handsets only get normal dataplan access through being used as a modem. Any internal software on the phone connecting to the net (web browsers, IM clients, email clients, sync software) all uses the WAP charging structure. It really would be cheaper to buy PDAs for them.

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  Reply # 64997 26-Mar-2007 12:06
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They are all on corporate plans so data is not an issue. I just wondering about the technical feasibility

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  Reply # 65008 26-Mar-2007 13:30
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lchiu7: They are all on corporate plans so data is not an issue. I just wondering about the technical feasibility

Sorry. I cant help with technical feasability, only to say that CDMA phones seem to have been quite limited in these areas, with a general lack of support from software developers.

Just so you are aware, that being a corporate, with a company-wide data plan, wont escape how these types of data are charged (as WAP, even if its not a WAP application). Beware the bill shock....








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