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Topic # 5180 5-Oct-2005 22:14
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Hmmmm while i was testing/trialing Innobec's SideWindow, and i wanted to try ActiveSync via LAN/WiFi and noticed that the option to use RAS/LAN sync is not in the connection setting anymore in 4.0. I remember distinctively that 3.8 has this option!!!!


Can somebody please clarify this for me?


(Could this be why MS still include ActiveSync 3.8 instead of 4.0?)




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Reply # 21072 6-Oct-2005 04:24
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Remote ActiveSync is not available on ActiveSync 4.0...







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  Reply # 21088 6-Oct-2005 07:33
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oh. damn.... so will it going to be added into ActiveSync 4.1?

if i want remote ActiveSync should i downgrade to 3.8 then?




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  Reply # 21089 6-Oct-2005 07:36
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No plans were disclosed yet. But if you are not using a Windows Mobile 5 device, then the best option is to keep using ActiveSync 3.






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  Reply # 21090 6-Oct-2005 07:58
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mmm well i'm intending to move onto WM5 but i also like to have Remote ActiveSync to use SideWindow.... dilemma! :-S (LOL)




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