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Topic # 11917 18-Feb-2007 19:29
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Decided to get a new phone and wanting 3G and a good camera for the K800i. Fine as a phone and can sync okay with Outlook on the desktop using the SE software. But I want to sync over the air. We have Exchange at work and have OWA so web access is fine.  But I can't any software to allow me to sync over the air. Most of the software seems to require the phone be running Windows Mobile or Symbian and I think the K800i, not being a business phone runs some sort of Java. I guess maybe I should have eschewed the camera and got the M600i instead?

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Reply # 61158 18-Feb-2007 20:01
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The phone probably supports SyncML, but I doubt your work server does. Most companies don't even know what is this and it would be another server in their mix to manage - and cost.

I am afraid synchronisation over the air to e-mail servers (any) is best accomplished by a smart device than a feature phone.







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  Reply # 61159 18-Feb-2007 20:07
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Thanks. I am aware of SyncML. Used it my last job when we synced phones like K750i over a VPN hosted by Vodafone to a backend mail and calender server.

As the CIO I guess I could ask it to be installed it on the server but that seems overkill for one phone! The other solution I am looking at, a bit klunkier, is to use RoadSync from Dataviz on a Palm device which connects back to the network over BT via my phone. I don't have everything on one device but at least I could check things on the road. and I might not have to do anything to the back end.

Another choice is  http://www.synchronica.com/syncml_support/syncml_install.html

Might look at that if there are others in the organisation who might benefit from mobile mail.




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