Professional Edition now provides SyncML support

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Professional Edition now provides SyncML support

Postby MailEnable » Wed Dec 14, 2011 12:32 pm

Those with Professional Edition V6 or who have current AUP simply need to upgrade to 6.02 and the additional features will be available through the Management Console and via the Synchronization Service.

An overview of SyncML and mobile synchronization is available here: http://www.mailenable.com/mobile-contac ... -tasks.asp
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Re: Professional Edition now provides SyncML support

Postby WDALY » Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:27 pm

We just installed it, due to the fact that we wanted to have a calendar synchronisation with SYNCML on mobiles as well.
Configured all the services, and restarted it, but it looks that i can 't setup any shared calender for use of SYNCML, please help.

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Re: Professional Edition now provides SyncML support

Postby MailEnable » Tue Jan 03, 2012 12:27 am

You dont need to share a calendar or contacts folder when using SyncML.
All you should need to do is configure the syncml client to access the the SyncML host url and specify the credentials of the mailbox. The host url is typically http://host:port/SyncML (with the port number being 8080 by default).
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Re: Professional Edition now provides SyncML support

Postby alpere » Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:05 am

Hi Mailenable Team
i have the professional Version 6.3 and now i want use webdav on iphone and calendar synch caldav or anythink on iphone with my mailenable accounts.
All config are coreect the service run very well but i cant use webdav on iphone and caldav. Can u send me instruction how can i use this ?

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