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Topic # 7593 26-Apr-2006 13:27
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CoolWARNING: LOTUS NOTES RELATED CONTENT BELOW! PROBABLY NOT SAFE FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION! READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!Innocent

I will not even attempt to understand why, but a person wants to access her NOTES calendar on a Vodafone. Is that possible? It's not desirable, but leaving all that aside... how to go about it? What kind of phone would be the deal? Any clamshell folders around that can do it?




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Reply # 33961 26-Apr-2006 13:35
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You need a 'Connector' such as XTNDConnect (formerly from Extended Systems) now known as OneBridge from iANYWHERE (Sybase).





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Reply # 33965 26-Apr-2006 13:51
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Vodafone uses OneBridge internally (or used to), so they have know how on this stuff. Ask your friendly consultant.




 
 
 
 


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Reply # 33966 26-Apr-2006 13:51
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Are you looking for live acess or just sync?

Any Nokia or SE that can PC Sync will support Lotus notes.



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Reply # 33967 26-Apr-2006 13:53
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lokinz: Are you looking for live acess or just sync?

Any Nokia or SE that can PC Sync will support Lotus notes.


Oh yes, I remember seeing that now actually. Thanks!







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Reply # 33971 26-Apr-2006 14:14
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Wait, PC Synch only works if you hook up the phone with the USB cable, right? You can't synch the calendar over UMTS presumably?




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Reply # 33973 26-Apr-2006 14:16
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If you want OTA synchronisation then you will have to look for SyncML solutions - XTNDConnect works with that too.







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Reply # 33974 26-Apr-2006 14:19
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Righto, thanks.




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