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neilc

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Hi All,
We have just moved from Exchange to Kerio Mail (6.1.2) with the majority of our users on windows platforms. We are still using Outlook as our client with the Kerio plugin and bar a few differences and slight issues it is working well.

However, we also have a number of people who use Orange SPVM5000 PDAs running Windows Mobile 5. We cannot seem to get these to sync and having read through a few posts I see this might be a wider problem.

Has anyone managed to get something like an SPV working?

Thanks
Neil
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polkyb

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I managed to get my Orange SPV M500's (not 5000) working... I've had them connecting via POP3 and IMAP and all seems well with them. They are even capable of VPN through the firewall to pick up the mail over GPRS.

They also work well with the mini web mail feature.
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NiTeSHiFT

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Have the same Problem with MDA Pro (Same Device I think, isn't it)?

Well, since the bug is in the KOC I tried a workaround which didn't work because of WM 5.

My idea was it to use sync4j or funambol as it is called now. That one has an Sync-Plugin for Outlook (which then can sync with Kerio) and a sync-tool for PocketPC which could then sync with the server. The only problem is: The PPC Sync-Tool needs VB Runtimes which don't work with WM5... I hate it ;-)

Any other ideas or workarounds at least till the update comes out? I cannot switch completely to Kerio, as long as our represantives cannot sync with their WM5 Devices...

Regards,
NiTeSHiFT
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