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Old 02-20-2007, 03:37 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jddphd
If I buy the Nexthaus plug-in for Outlook and set up mobical, I can wirelessly (and automagically!) sync to mobical, which I can then sync wirelessly (and automagically again!) to my BB using the BB plugin, right?
While I cannot vouch for the Outlook plugin, I have confidence that if Nexthaus says it'll work - it'll work. But in general what you're saying is entirely correct; my only concern would be using Mobical for a company -- as a free provider they might disappear any day. I use it on a personal level, so it's acceptable to me if they suddenly fall off the grid -- there are other options open to me. (*)

You may wish to investigate running your *own* SyncML server in the office to have completel control of your business environment. Just start by searching Google for "SyncML Server" and you get ... 912,000 hits.

(*) I'm not saying they will, I like Mobical a lot and in email exchanges they've always been great. But, one must always be prepared for the worst.
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