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Old 02-21-2007, 05:34 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jddphd
So I did some looking around and found funambol too. They have something called Sync4j, while Nexthaus has Sync4je. Nexthaus costs money. Funambol is free.

Anyone tried both?
Yes. Funambol has not adhered to the SyncML spec, and their client doesn't work with standard (Mobical, e.g.) servers. It will work, of course, with the Sync4j server that they also produce. I have read that Sync4j also works with Scheduleword (a service like Mobical) but I have not tried that setup myself.

There is also SyncBerry (see the first post) that costs the same amount as SyncJe ($30 USD); I've tried both and like the Nexthaus client better, which I outlined above. You may like the SyncBerry client though, it's a personal preference. ;)
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