View Poll Results: Which phone works best with Zimbra Mobile?

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  • Blackberry 8700 series

    3 2.44%
  • Blackberry 7100 series

    0 0%
  • Motorola Q

    8 6.50%
  • Nokia E-Series (E61, E62, E60, etc)

    28 22.76%
  • Treo 700 (700P, 700W, etc)

    8 6.50%
  • Nokia N-Series (N73, N80, etc)

    9 7.32%
  • Treo 650

    7 5.69%
  • HTC STRTRk (QTEK 8500) / HTC Wizard (QTEK 9100)

    11 8.94%
  • Samsung i320

    0 0%
  • Other

    49 39.84%
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Thread: Which phone works best with Zimbra MobileSync?

  1. #11
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    I-Mate Jasjam also worked well for me, just had to manually import the cert.

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    Default Community Edition Zimbra Mobile

    Does the community edition provide Zimbra Mobile type access also?
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    Default Zimbra Mobile and OpenSource Edition

    It's only on the network edition, which I highly recommend. It's a bit extra on the network edition. It does not come standard, but it works very well.
    EricX

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    Ahh I see, I know there is the option of a backup solution and ical support in the Network ed.

    I would love to be able to afford it but at present the Community Edition is doing okay for me.

    What is the benefit over just using a smart phone configured with pop3/imap/smtp emails? (I bet you are going to say calendar ~;0)

    cheers
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    Default Benefits of Network Edition

    1. Tech Support - that is one thing I hated about Exchange. We had a server go down and I mean down, it took a team of Microsoft Engineers (not consultants) but Microsoft guys to get it back up. Took them 12 hours after I spend a day on it, the consultants spend 4 hours on it. It was rough.
    2. More Tech Support
    3. Outlook Integration and synchronization and you guessed it calendar sharing
    4. Mobile
    5. Did I mention tech support!

    Also, my company has an extensive disaster recovery plan. If something were to happen to me they want a number they can call and get help and answers.
    Last edited by Ericx; 01-03-2007 at 06:21 PM. Reason: forgot something
    EricX

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    Angry E70 Works well ... except for

    My E70 works quite well, but there is an annoying zimbra bug when writing appointment notes/descriptions containing newlines ... unfortunately the zimbra bug people don't show any interest in this bug ... maybe this helps ... http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=13258

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    Default Hey, give us time!

    You entered that bug a few days ago. We can't always replicate, diagnose, and fix bugs overnight...
    Bugzilla - Wiki - Downloads - Before posting... Search!

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    Default Xv6700

    I have been using the XV6700 since the Zimbra Mobile beta and it works extremely well.

    MH

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    Default Sony Ericsson M600i

    Hi,

    I have a SE M600i using Roadsync (comes bundled with the phone, at least in Germany) and it works like a charm. And now wit 4.5 we finally have push mail. Great!

    Thanks to the devs.

    Christian

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    Default "push" email?

    Under what's new in 4.5 the press release mentions Zimbra Mobile now supports "push" email to devices . What does this exactly mean, is this a reference to NotifyLink Enterprise Solution for Zimbra or is there something more that I'm missing?

    Zimbra Mobile seems like a very exciting yet very hideous module. Is there a way to try it before paying USD500 for it?
    Last edited by jerryboi; 02-13-2007 at 08:03 AM. Reason: Forgot to ask the question

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