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    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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    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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    Default My Prē is working nicely

    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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    Quote Originally Posted by mswilson View Post
    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!
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by sgruby View Post
    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?
    It's a Microsoft issue, Activesync doesn't support multiple calendars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    It's a Microsoft issue, Activesync doesn't support multiple calendars.
    How does the iPhone do it if ActiveSync doesn't support it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgruby View Post
    How does the iPhone do it if ActiveSync doesn't support it?
    I think Phoenix misspoke. What's not supported by ActiveSync is shared calendars. There's a bugzilla entry that goes into this n greater depth.

    As for why the Pre isn't seeing multiple calendars I don't know as I haven't gotten my hands on one yet.

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    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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    So how did you get the certificate working on the Pre? I'm stuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RACjr View Post
    So how did you get the certificate working on the Pre? I'm stuck.
    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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