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jbrave

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Is there a way to sync PDA's with Kerio? Would something that allows sync with Outlook or Entourage also handle the group Calendar sync?

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Joel
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jbrave wrote on Fri, 23 March 2007 12:07

Is there a way to sync PDA's with Kerio? Would something that allows sync with Outlook or Entourage also handle the group Calendar sync?

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Joel


Reading the documentation, the KMS product page, or doing any sort of basic browsing of the forums before posting a question like this would provide for an immediate answer.

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Well, forgive me for being a newbie on this forum, sorry if the question was redundant. I read the doc on active sync, but it talked about versamail, not calendaring, which is what we are about to roll out company wide, plus I'm looking for a general doc on what PDA platforms are compatible. Any links to relevant topics would be helpful,

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From the user manual (http://www.kerio.com/manual/kmsug/en/ch04s05.html)

By default, Palm Treo 650 includes the VersaMail email client which supports ActiveSync, thus allowing synchronization of email and calendar in the Calendar application.

On the basic product page located at
http://www.kerio.com/kms_mobile_access.html, you'll find the following:

With no third party client to install on handheld devices, no desktop application to install, and no configuration on the mail server to be done, a Treo or Windows Mobile device can be set up in minutes, to synchronize email, calendar, contact, and task data wirelessly.

Hence, my perturbance at your forum post.

Anyway, another really valuable place to find answers to your questions is the Knowledge base/FAQ located at http://support.kerio.com, and also of course, the forums :)

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Great, thanks for the links, sorry for any duplication.

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Joel
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And I don't mean to sound rude, it's just that this forum has grown to be a place for information requests and bug reports that are best handled elsewhere (eg. RTFMing or submitting bugs at support.kerio.com).

A personal pet peeve, if you will ;)

I would much rather see a place for KMS admins to exchange useful admin info and tips.

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