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    Hi there. My first post here. I'm an IT Administrator who manages a LAN based on 50 windows client pc , 3 linux servers and 1 As400 IBM . We are currently using qmail as mail server solution and until now it has worked perfectly ( POP3 protocol and a mixed situation of Outlook 2003 and Thunderbird clients).
    Recently we bought a few new smartphones as indicated in subject for our sales manager and technicians who are very often abroad. Our need is to implement a solution that keeps them synchronized when they are not "at home". I mean that they should be able to:
    1) automatically receive e-mails when a new one arrives on their server mailbox.
    2) If they delete it , it disappears also in their server's mailbox .
    3) If they add a new contact through their smartphone , this will be stored and available in our server.
    Is it possible to do all this with zcs ( my boss wants to switch to a real messaging and collaboration server) and is the samsung sgh-i600 well supported?
    Many many thanks in advance.
    Max
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    Hello & welcome.

    1 and 2 are easy.
    3 depends on "where" you want the contact to appear : in a "global" address book or in the user address book ?

    User address book is easy.
    "global" address book is not, actually not even possible as there's no such feature available in Zimbra : if you want to have a shared address book, you need one user to share his own address book to everyone else (either his main address book or an additional one)...

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    User address book is easy.
    "global" address book is not, actually not even possible as there's no such feature available in Zimbra : if you want to have a shared address book, you need one user to share his own address book to everyone else (either his main address book or an additional one)...[/QUOTE]

    User address book is what I'm looking for so.....no problems at all it seems ;-)
    And what about the samsung Sgh-i600 ?. Are , in general , all windows mobile2005 powered devices compatible ?
    Thanks again !
    Salut et merci.
    Max
    Italy

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    Actually I have not found (and nobody reported) any "not working" WM5 device.
    So I guess it's a yes 8)

    Some device are working better than others, especially if you have an "operator locked" one.
    Last edited by Klug; 06-15-2007 at 06:41 AM.

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