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Old 08-26-2004, 02:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I hate Exchange, and would much rather prefer a SyncML based sync solution with remote syncing, has RIM ever thought of doing this, or would it be possible for a Java based Sync app to do it for me?
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I am guessing that they wouldn\'t make a solution for that seeing as most of their customers run exchange and they don\'t even seem to be to concerned about their notes solution..

As for making your own app, it probably could be done, but I don\'t think a java app would be where to look for it.


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There are already several open source SyncML programs, all it would need to do is tap into the databases on the device, but with that fragment I'm already way past my knowledge of programming the device...

Intellisync manages to sync it, and a lot of their stuff is based on SyncML...
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