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    Default Sync with (non-wireless) PDA

    This has been asked before (by me and others), but never adequately answered.

    Has anyone found a way to sync Zimbra OSS with non-wireless, non-OTA capable PDAs (like a palm).

    My users be happy if they could just sync their calendar.

    Has anyone found a way to do this via 3rd party software, moving ICS files, Google calendar imports, carrier pigeon or any other method?

    Any and all methodologies, no matter how crazy sounding, will be considered.
    Last edited by mcevoys; 03-07-2007 at 07:29 AM.

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    If you're using OSS Edition : no solution yet.
    If you're using Network Edition with Std licences : same.

    If you're using Network Edition with Pro licences : use the tool that comes with the PDA to sync with Outlook (and Outlook with Zimbra through ZCO).

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    I'm not an expert by any means...but if you were using the outlook integration with windows, couldn't you then use the tool provided by Palm to sync to outlook?

    On the Mac side I'm doing this with PocketMac and my blackberry...it syncs to ical which is synced to Zimbra...

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