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Basically, I need to be able to either OTA or Cable Sync Public Calendars OR Multiple Private calendars to a PALM Treo device using Windows/Outlook 2007.

Does anyone know of a way of doing this?

Funny enough, on a Mac it's quite simple with Kerio Mac Sync Connector/iCal/Missing Sync.

There is some third-party sync software (pocketMirror) that will sync public and exchange folders however, it states on their website it doesn't work with Kerio.

Anyone, have any luck with this?




[Updated on: Wed, 10 September 2008 19:50]


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[Updated on: Wed, 10 September 2008 19:51]


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Only way to view multiple calendars with Kerio right now:

If the mobile device has a web browser, point it to http://www.yourcompany.com/pda

You'll get a full access mode into Kerio's web mail interface created for small devices.

The whole problem you are seeing is due to one of the few real problems with Windows in general. Backwards compatibilty. Blame this one on the users, not Microsoft though. In the 80/20 rule, the 80% have screamed for backwards compatibility for years, and won't shut up about it. iCal is a new standard so it was created from the ground up with known issues to be solved. Activesync is a very very old standard created back when moving data to a mobile device was slow and expensive, so extra capabilies were just not available. If Microsoft were to change it or make a new one, then probably all the old devices would stop working. Basically, we can't have out cake and eat it too.

Eventually they'll figure it out. These things take time. Kerio may even figure something out better than MS could, if given enough time. So for now, the "PDA" remains a true "Personal Data Assistant" and not "Public Data Assistant".

You might also consider what I just did...
http://dell.com/mini
A good point between a true computer and a PDA. These little ultra-portable computers are extremely popular right now. And as cheap as a cell phone in many cases. I'll use mine via the bluetooth internet share ability of my AT&T Tilt.

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scottwilkins wrote on Wed, 10 September 2008 20:05

Only way to view multiple calendars with Kerio right now:

If the mobile device has a web browser, point it to http://www.yourcompany.com/pda

You'll get a full access mode into Kerio's web mail interface created for small devices.




Thanks, but I don't see public folders in this mode or anything but the inbox. CORRECTION: I see public mail folders but no contacts or Calendar folders.

I understand Active Sync doesn't work however, has anyone got USB sync to work for multiple folders or public folders. Seems like such a simple thing to do. Used to work on the old NOW Up-to-date Calendar system - was just a conduit to sync multiple calendars.

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anyone every try CompanionLink to cable sync to Outlook?
http://www.companionlink.com/products/companionlink.html

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