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    Default iPhone synchronisation (not over the air)

    Hi,

    Can I use the IMAP protocol to sync with an iPhone over my PC's USB so no need for over the air or push.
    Important note is that I need to sync 2 calendars, a corporate calendar (shared zimbra calendar) and a personal zimbra calendar to the iPhone...
    Is this an option: Zimbra -> IMAP (or MAPI) -> Outlook -> iPhone (connected to the pc)

    A client looking at Zimbra asks this, but since I do not have an iPhone I can't test this...

    Thanks in advance...

    Kind regards,
    Johnny

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    Not by USB I believe but WiFi is fine.

    Bug 30950 - iphone: sync with shared contacts and calendars

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    Quote Originally Posted by uxbod View Post
    uxbod, thanks for the quick reply!

    The bug is related to the optional Mobile pack, but since I'm planning on using IMAP or MAPI this is not related. So it works using IMAP/MAPI but not in the optional Mobile pack do I understand that correct or...

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    If you can wait another few weeks, iPhone OS 3.0 can fix this.

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