View Poll Results: Which Phones Do You Want Supported Next?

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  • Nokia Communicators (9300/9300i/9500)

    21 5.13%
  • Blackberry 8700/8830

    43 10.51%
  • Blackberry Pearl 8100/81XX 8300/83XX

    44 10.76%
  • Motorola LJ Z6/V8/U9

    3 0.73%
  • Windows Mobile 5/6

    104 25.43%
  • OpenMoko

    93 22.74%
  • Not listed (see below)

    101 24.69%
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    Cool amount of google hits is less emotional

    It should not be too difficult to come up with manufactured amount of phones. If you think manufacturing levels are secret just use the number of hits on google:

    google for the string: "nokia e61" : gives 4.150.000 hits
    google for the string: "nokia e71" : gives 6.650.000 hits
    google for the string: "iphone 3G" : gives 112.000.000 hits
    google for the string: "Blackberry 8700" : gives 1.060.000 hits
    google for the string: "Blackberry 8700" : gives 1.500.000 hits
    google for the string: "Blackberry Pearl" : gives 5.700.000 hits
    google for the string: "OpenMoko" : gives 1.610.000 hits
    google for the string: "Motorola LJ": gives 3.980 hits
    google for the string: "Windows Mobile 5" : gives 2.030.000 hits
    google for the string: "Windows Mobile 6" : gives 4.240.000 hits

    This tells you what to go for, I would drop Motorolla and put some effort in the e71 (which is what I have)

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    Default Andriod

    Android seems to be the one that would catch lots of manufacturers in one go, rather than have specific support for a specific phone for a specific manufacturer.

    So, support Android please!

    Many thanks,

    - Ali (Android fan )

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    When voting for Android, the thing to remember is that such a search is for a "phone", whereas Android is not a "phone", but a platform for many phones.

    This voting question is therefore suffering from a category error! :-)

    [I was going to say "you can't compare Apples and Oranges", but I won't, in case it causes confusion.]

    Ali (Android fan :-) )

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    Default operating systems or phones

    This last reply is completely in line with my earlier reply.

    Should it be operating systems or phones:
    1. Android ?? (small amount of devices but maybe lots of manufacturers)
    2. windoze 5, 6 and recently 6.5 ?? (many devices)
    3. S60 ?? (roughly only one manufacturer but a huge amount of devices)

    By the looks of it this is where technology is leading us,
    towards operating systems rather than to phones,
    or is the testing of different devices giving us different information ??
    Zimbra people please give us a hint

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    I would like to vote for the Samsung Instinct M800. I'd love to use the client on this phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhoninck View Post
    This last reply is completely in line with my earlier reply.

    Should it be operating systems or phones:
    1. Android ?? (small amount of devices but maybe lots of manufacturers)
    2. windoze 5, 6 and recently 6.5 ?? (many devices)
    3. S60 ?? (roughly only one manufacturer but a huge amount of devices)

    By the looks of it this is where technology is leading us,
    towards operating systems rather than to phones,
    or is the testing of different devices giving us different information ??
    Zimbra people please give us a hint
    This would not work on, for example, Blackberry's. As you can see there are several versions of the software for essentially the same Java OS. I have a Bold and the existing versions crash my device.

    I vote for Blackberry Bold, by the way... I agree with previous comments that an Email-specific device like the "Blackberry", especially one that is ubiquitous in medium-to-large Enterprise, should have every currently sold model on the list (specifically Pearl, Curve, Bold and Storm). The voting shows that most people have a "Blackberry" (almost 80 votes between the two categories, and numerous votes for Storm/Bold within the threads) - there should not be different categories for each TYPE of Blackberry - these are the industry standard in corporate email. Smaller companies who want to use them, but do not have a BES, would probably want to use ZimbraME.

    I happen to run a BES at my organization, but not having much joy with the Zimbra BES connector (although it is still in Beta, I have to wonder when it's finally going to be GA - the latest version still isn't easy to work, and has major problems generally). I want to dump Exchange so badly right now I'm looking at ZimbraME as an alternative (although THAT'S in Beta TOO!) - until the mobile email problem is solved, I'm stuck with Microsoft...

    Thanks!

    S.

    PS - those voting for the the OpenMoko platform have to remember that this platform still requires a lot of work to get up and running, and has very little commercial support. This means that companies of any decent size will NOT be adopting it any time soon, no matter how much we love OSS. Users demand rock solid reliability and fast problem resolution. Server-side that's easy as it's hidden from the users (I run 95% of our corporate infrastructure on Linux), but at the desktop level users get Windows or MacOS-X - and only Linux if they are comfortable with it (generally engineers). The same with phones - everyone has Blackberry because it works flawlessly and we can control the infrastructure easily. This is the reality of the real world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rom View Post
    I happen to run a BES at my organization, but not having much joy with the Zimbra BES connector (although it is still in Beta, I have to wonder when it's finally going to be GA - the latest version still isn't easy to work, and has major problems generally). I want to dump Exchange so badly right now I'm looking at ZimbraME as an alternative (although THAT'S in Beta TOO!) - until the mobile email problem is solved, I'm stuck with Microsoft...
    Have a look at NotifySync and AstraSync.

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    Default BlackBerry Curve 8900

    Requesting support for the BlackBerry Curve 8900.

    Unfortuantely, the current ZimbraMe curve client crashes the BlackBerry (all keys and trackball unresponsive).

    The generic Midp2Cldc11 0.9.34 starts but when I try to log in, I get "A general error has occurred / Tunnel failed".

    Regards,
    Tim

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    Default Nokia 5310 Xpressmusic works

    I tried the Nokia E51 (en_US)ZimbraME client from http://testzimbra.com/zimbrame/list and it works for my Nokia 5310 XpressMusic phone. You can add the 5310 XpressMusic in the already approved list

    cheers
    Tobby

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    Default LG Lotus

    Are there any Zimbra apps I can download for the LG Lotus?

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