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Topic # 6312 15-Jan-2006 08:28
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We have a wireless network set up-desktop and laptop via Access point.
I can use my jasjar to browse internet sites.
Is there a way I can wireless sync with desktop using active sync.
Our Wireless network is prob set up not quite right as yet.!!
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Chris
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  Reply # 26488 15-Jan-2006 11:08
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As far as I am aware the new activesync for WM5 excludes the capability to sync over your network...




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  Reply # 26492 15-Jan-2006 12:52
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I can definitely confirm that WM5 doesn't support ActiveSync over ethernet or Wifi (ie network ActiveSync). It does support Bluetooth, so you could always use that.

Microsoft removed network support for ActiveSync due to "Enterprise customers having concerns regarding security". I can understand where they are coming from, but it annoys me that they've removed such a good feature.

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  Reply # 26536 16-Jan-2006 08:46
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That explains it-thanks Guys.
I noticed it supported Bluetooth.
Looks like the purchase of another piece of equipment!!




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