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# 34803 29-May-2009 14:36
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A couple of weeks back I'm pretty sure TelecomNZ posted on Twitter a link to a site that has a (presumably java) app that would synch your cellphone contacts with their site so you could access them from anywhere and synch them back down if need be (akin to Google Sync but for platforms other than just Symbian). I sent TelecomNZ a message but didn't get a reply. Does anyone know what the site is/was?

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  # 219325 29-May-2009 14:49
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I got google sync running on my blackberry and winmo, and also there is ZYB

 
 
 
 




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  # 219358 29-May-2009 15:46
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zocster: I got google sync running on my blackberry and winmo, and also there is ZYB


Zyb is the one I was looking for, cheers.

I might have a play with GSync on one of the stray blackberries here just for amusement.

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  # 219405 29-May-2009 17:22
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Soocial meets every cloud synching need for me.  Over the air synching of contacts.  Does: Gmail, mobile, Highrise (CRM), Outlook and a few others.

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  # 219422 29-May-2009 18:03
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Depending on what device you use. Nokia can use Ovi Sync or Google Sync (if you use Google). Windows Mobile can use MS My Phone, Google Sync (if you use Google) etc... Then there's other 3rd parties.




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