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    Hi all,

    I'm using the N95's own mail client for my Zimbra account, where retrieving mail and sending mail isn't a problem, it's merely the trouble of having to tell the phone that the certificate is ok to use each time manually which makes the auto retrieval system a bit pointless as i want it to retrieve emails every 5 minutes or so.

    All help appreciated, the certificate is self signed.

    Thank you

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    I use the Zimbra Mobile java client on my N95, much better and can see your calendar too. Obviously this doesn't tell you when you have a new email, so if I'm going to be out of the office, I setup a notification of new email in Zimbra to my t-mobile email>sms service.

    To sync my calendar, from Zimbra to my N95, I first added the calendar to iCal on my Mac, then use iSync to sync with my N95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by didde View Post
    I just wanted to let you Network Edition people out there know about Nokia's Business Software. There's no need to use 3rd party software in order to get over-the-air syncing to work on the N95. Just download Mail for Exchange and set it up for Zimbra.

    Works like a charm. In fact I've had some unpleasant experiences with DataViz previously.
    How did you get that to work? I get a "403 error" saying the server requires secure connection but I have allready turned on secure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by didde View Post
    I just wanted to let you Network Edition people out there know about Nokia's Business Software. There's no need to use 3rd party software in order to get over-the-air syncing to work on the N95. Just download Mail for Exchange and set it up for Zimbra.

    Works like a charm. In fact I've had some unpleasant experiences with DataViz previously.
    I have installed Mail for Exchange on my N95 running Newtork Edition and while Calendar and contacts sync Tasks do not. Is this a bug? Has anyone else had this problem?

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    I am using Mail Exchange with Network Edition and Tasks will not sync. Everything else does. Does anyone know a fix for this? I tried the Zimbra Java Client and it does not have Tasks at all. Is Zimbra planning to support Task sync?
    Last edited by luh3417b; 08-14-2008 at 08:37 PM. Reason: Looked at Zimbra Mobile Client to compare

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    Quote Originally Posted by luh3417b View Post
    I am using Mail Exchange with Network Edition and Tasks will not sync. Everything else does. Does anyone know a fix for this? I tried the Zimbra Java Client and it does not have Tasks at all. Is Zimbra planning to support Task sync?

    You can sync tasks via Outlook, I know it's tedious, I do it myself, really hope they fix this soon. Everyone use tasks.

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    Just to add my 2-pence worth: I use ZimbraME (the generic j2me client) on my N95 and it works just fabulously. Server is 5.0.7 FOSS.
    Last edited by jonallport; 08-22-2008 at 01:59 PM. Reason: Typed wrong version number!

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    I am using MFE on an E71 and I can't get it to send outgoing mail - it always fails and leaves in outbox - the rest of mail and calendar all work very well. Am I missing something obvious?

    Ising Netowrk Edition at U of Guelph.

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