[OT] m$ activesync with cyrus backend
Hagedorn at uni-koeln.de
Thu Sep 18 10:00:04 EDT 2008
--On 16. September 2008 18:31:31 +0000 Andy Fiddaman <cyrus at fiddaman.net>
> ; is there a way to mimic exchange server in the linux environment where i
> ; can keep my cyrus/postfix/amavis install -- is there a linux app that
> ; speaks "exchange"?
> Z-Push (http://z-push.sourceforge.net/) does the job nicely. I use that
> for my iPhone with Cyrus as the backend.
After I read that, I am now trying to get that to work. I don't have any
ActiveSync-capable clients myself, but a colleague of mine has a Windows
Mobile cell phone. He managed to configure the account, the login to our
Cyrus server is successful, but nothing is synchronized. I've enabled
debug.txt, but there's nothing enlightening to be found there.
What's more, without having gotten it to work, I fail to see what the
advantage over a proper IMAP account is. I don't see how there could be an
actual push component with such a setup. Maybe I'm missing something?
.:.Sebastian Hagedorn - RZKR-R1 (Gebäude 52), Zimmer 18.:.
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