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Old 03-24-2008, 12:22 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by vliou View Post
No, it cannot be stand alone. It requires synchronization with the server - just to be clear though, the software was not developed by us, but by funambol.
Completely understood - I am a user of Nexthaus SyncJe and am completely conversant in SyncML and what it takes. Is the Funambol developed client unique to your service and somehow developed in a non open source manner? This is more the question - Funambol is a traditionally open source company who sells consulting services, I'm inquiring as to the client itself and if we can obtain it to use under the traditional open source methods - your client is based on their open source codebase, yes?
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