On Wed, 2008-11-26 at 23:21 +0000, Paul Mc Auley wrote:
> Can anyone tell me if they've managed to find a satisfactory way to
> synchronise and/or backup one of the current crop of Symbian based Nokia
> phones such as the E51 onto a Linux desktop?
>> The ideal case would be to be able to share stuff between Kontact and my
>> OpenSync looks like the way but it seems to run into a wall whenever I try
> to make it go, the other option would seem to be some sort of server which
> both would talk to.
>> Any thoughts and experiences?
I have found http://mobical.net/ quite good.
It does not work with Evolution, but it might work well with Kontact.
Also, I use egroupware to sync evolution and my E71 at the moment, it
works quite well. (This requires syncevolution, which can be a PITA)
opensync stopped working for me a while ago.
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