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    Default Android vs. iPhone Zimbra Support...

    It is interesting after reading previous threads back in 08 09 how Android wasn't looked at as a real viable OS. Looks like many folks have migrated to android as I have. I was a BB user and was not satisfied with the features. I really did not like the iPhone proprietary unit. But that is just me.

    What I really hope to see is more support towards androids. However, I still have users with iPhone and BB's that want syncing with Zimbra.

    Hopefully there will be a easy way to connect all 3 to the server for syncing.

    If I have missed something and there is new stuff to look at please advise.


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    android and iphone phones work great with the zimbra mobilesync. bb's work good too there was just a new connector released theat supports the latest bes express.

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    Yes, the important point is that Android phones added full ActiveSync support in the last year. There were some errors in some implementations, but those have generally been addressed by the phone manufacturers and in some cases by Zimbra.

    See Mobile Device Setup - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Also (etc., search on android in bugzilla, being sure to include all statuses)

    Ajcody-Mobile-Topics - Zimbra :: Wiki is extremely useful.

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