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Topic # 23987 12-Jul-2008 15:56
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Hey all

I've got a new Okta Boss and ideally want to be able to read email and view my diary within the native email apps - but from gmail.

I'm assuming email is no problem (I can imap straight from google to WM6) anyone got any experience of Gmail imap on a WinMob device?

How about cal - I don't really want to have to open a browser to see my cal - ideally I could get it to the native cal on WM^ (and would rather not go gcal to outlooks on desktop and then to wm6 syncing

thoughts?




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  Reply # 147179 12-Jul-2008 17:16
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That sucks...

I guess I'll have to carry on with what I do now

Google to outlook via syncmycal

outlook to PDA via active sync




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  Reply # 151683 26-Jul-2008 22:46
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This one works perfectly fine for me. GMobileSync

It is a cab file, make sure you set your time zone, and time zone offset set to 0, otherwise it will screw your calendar. You can sync with your gcal OTA best of all is free. enjoy.

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