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    trioglobal is offline New Member
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    Lightbulb http://www.sync4j.org/

    Hov about intragrating http://www.sync4j.org/ ? Think it wood be just perfect for Zimbra!

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    Great idea and we agree. Many of us at Zimbra are former mobile software folks and believe strongly in wireless standards and SyncML. We have this on the list after we finalize the Beta and get a GA version of the software into the market later this year.

    What phones do you want to sync with? Can you tell us more about how you would use the integration?

    -john

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    Hallelujah! So glad to see this thread.

    Re: phones - being an OS X user, I'll be considering the set of phones supported by iSync

    a bit of hunting on the web doesn't make it very clear how well iSync plays with SyncML so it's good to see you guys are onboard with sync4j as a hub!

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    I have developped a Synchronization layer between Sync4j and uwCal (http://www.washington.edu/ucal/), an open-source calendar server. It would be quite easy I think to do the same for Zimbra. The synchronization layer is not calendar server, nor synchronization server specific. It only assumes the sync protocol is SyncML. Thus, you could re-use the totality of the existing code. You would simply have to implement 1 interface, to connect the calendar store with the synchronization server. You might also need to modify the calendar store or provide your own change log, since SyncML assumes that both synchronization parties keep track of what has changed between 2 synchronization processes.

    Feel free to contact me if you would be interested.

    Regards

    Heladito

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    Thanks. I sent you a PM. Our server handles change logs already since we use a sync process for Outlook support and the webclient.

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    Default connector for sync4j

    Hi

    Does anyone know if a connector between zimbra and sync4j has been written?
    A fast reply would be greatly appreciated.

    Kind Regards
    Neil

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    Hi Neil. It's something we are working on. The beta hasn't been released yet.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Hi

    Can you give me a time frame on the connector.
    I would be more then willing to help in the testing stages of the connector.

    Thanx

    Neil

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    We don't have a date for the public beta yet. We'll be sure to announce it on the forums at the very least.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Hi Kevin

    Not going to ask timing on this ;-) just checking whether this will be a Network or Open Source beta? Trying to see if there is a complete OSS solution for calendar sync expected or whether like Outlook etc it will remain a Network type service.

    No problem paying for stuff, just want to keep the picture clear!

    Thanks

    Kevin

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