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Postby mswilson » Thu Jan 15, 2009 1:43 pm

It looks like the Palm Pre will handle the Exchange ActiveSync protocol out of the box. I'm really hoping that things will Just Work with Zimbra. I don't know if they'll be supporting multiple calendars (like iPhone can).
Is anyone at Zimbra hooked up with Palm to get specifics on the Pre capabilities?


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Postby 2423bradb21 » Thu Jan 15, 2009 2:51 pm

I'm hoping so as well. All the specs I've read says that it will support EAS out of the box, so I assume Palm is continuing to license the activesync protocol from Microsoft, same as how they do on Versamail.
As soon as the Pre comes out, and I know it works with Zimbra I'll going switching from my Sprint Q9c to the Pre right away. It looks pretty sweet!!!
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Postby mswilson » Mon Jun 08, 2009 12:12 pm

I'm happy to report that everything is working nicely with the Palm Prē that I picked up over the weekend! It doesn't seem to see multiple calendars like the iPhone does, but since you can sync Google Calendar and Zimbra at the same time, I don't need it!
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Postby 2423bradb21 » Mon Jun 08, 2009 12:31 pm

It took me a bit to figure out how to get my self-signed cert on there, but once that was behind me there were no problems.
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Postby sgruby » Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:41 pm

[quote user="mswilson"]I'm happy to report that everything is working nicely with the Palm Prē that I picked up over the weekend! It doesn't seem to see multiple calendars like the iPhone does, but since you can sync Google Calendar and Zimbra at the same time, I don't need it![/QUOTE]
I've noticed the same thing which is a huge problem for my boss. Anyone know if this is a Zimbra or a Pre issue?
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Postby phoenix » Thu Jun 11, 2009 1:51 am

[quote user="sgruby"]I've noticed the same thing which is a huge problem for my boss. Anyone know if this is a Zimbra or a Pre issue?[/QUOTE]It's a Microsoft issue, Activesync doesn't support multiple calendars.
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Postby sgruby » Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:58 am

[quote user="10330phoenix"]It's a Microsoft issue, Activesync doesn't support multiple calendars.[/QUOTE]
How does the iPhone do it if ActiveSync doesn't support it?
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Postby RACjr » Fri Jun 12, 2009 6:55 pm

So how did you get the certificate working on the Pre? I'm stuck.
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Postby sgruby » Fri Jun 12, 2009 9:29 pm

[quote user="RACjr"]So how did you get the certificate working on the Pre? I'm stuck.[/QUOTE]
We're using a signed certificate from RapidSSL. While we have a wildcard certificate for our domain, we have one specifically for our mail server. RapidSSL charges $69/year, but if you buy a cheap certificate say from GoDaddy for $29.99/year, you can do a competitive upgrade to RapidSSL for free. (The GoDaddy certificate did not work with the Palm OS based Treos, so we went with RapidSSL.)
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Postby 2423bradb21 » Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:32 am

[quote user="RACjr"]So how did you get the certificate working on the Pre? I'm stuck.[/QUOTE]
Connected my phone to my laptop, set it in USB mode and copied my ROOT Cert to the phone. The installed the cert to the certificate store in the phone. See this link for help: Palm Support : Installing self-signed certificates

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