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#20369 23-Mar-2008 19:12
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Hi folks,

I have just stumbled upon this website: http://www.goosync.com - has anyone tried this before? I have a Nokia 6085 and tried to enter the details for the Sync Server on the phone but got the message that says "Contact your service provider for sync settings" or something similar.

I'm not entirely sure if this is the correct forum for this question - just thought I'd post it here since I have a Vodafone phone. I'd love to be able to use this service but would love to hear if anyone else has given it a go. If it doesn't work in NZ then I'd love to hear about it and not have to waste my time trying to make it work.

Cheers,
Dany.




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  #118634 25-Mar-2008 21:09
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I use it and am a premium subscriber, However I have only used it for windows mobile devices where it only needs an active internet connection to work.

Service is great though, syncs google calenders, contacts and even tasks.

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#118637 25-Mar-2008 21:19
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Can you browse the web on your handset. Have you got internet access

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  #118639 25-Mar-2008 21:20
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johnr: Can you browse the web on your handset. Have you got internet access


Yup, I can do both of those things.




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