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Sangoma

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Hey all,

Currently we have a Kerio mail server working very very well.

Due to cost issues we don’t use Outlook and decided to use the Kerio webmail service instead, now this does everything we need perfect and we don’t want to change anything.

However, when we try and access the server from our pda / blackberry we get redirected to a mini client, and we cannot access the calendars or group contacts, this is something that is important to us.

How can I enable this?

Thanks all.
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sonofcolin

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Sangoma wrote on Wed, 25 March 2009 12:55



How can I enable this?



You can't. That's why it is webmail mini Smile
But, if your PDA supports activesync you will be able to get contacts and calendars.
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Sangoma

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sonofcolin wrote on Wed, 25 March 2009 17:59

Sangoma wrote on Wed, 25 March 2009 12:55



How can I enable this?



You can't. That's why it is webmail mini Smile
But, if your PDA supports activesync you will be able to get contacts and calendars.



We need the units to sync over the air.
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sonofcolin

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That's what activesync does Smile
Look at the kerio mobile email page for more info
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jstrickland

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I recommend NotifySync for enabling ActiveSync on your BlackBerries.

http://www.notifycorp.com/products/notifysync/index.htm

The setup is not the most user friendly, but once you get it working it does exactly what you need it to do. I think most other PDAs such as Palm, WinMo, and iPhone have ActiveSync on them.
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