[Haifux] Syncing Nokia phones
ohad at lutzky.net
Sun Feb 24 22:33:29 MSK 2008
Actually, I was thinking of the VMWare/OSX solution :)
ScheduleWorld sounds like a good option, but all I'm getting is a
godaddy parked domain. (Google seems to know the site though).
On Sun, Feb 24, 2008 at 4:49 PM, Haggai Eran <haggai.eran at gmail.com> wrote:
> There are many solutions to this, but I still haven't found a good one.
> Using ScheduleWorld. A website that allows synchronization of phones
> directly with Google Calendar through SyncML. Requires a cellular Internet
> Synchronize your desktop Evolution with Google Calendar directly (readonly
> with the ical files published by Google) or through ScheduleWorld, using
> SyncEvolution: a utility that syncrhonizes Evolution with a SyncML server.
> Then synchronize Evolution with your phone using OpenSync. It currently
> kinda supports bluetooth/obex and bluetooth/syncml directly but it may also
> support USB connections using gnokii or some other hack. Did I miss anything
> On 24/02/2008, Ohad Lutzky <ohad at lutzky.net> wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > I have a shiny new Nokia 6120 Classic, and I find myself using its
> > built-in calendar a lot. I'd like to sync it against Google Calendar,
> > as some people rely on my free/busy information there.
> > I know Haggai has an... interesting... solution to the problem, if you
> > could detail it I'd be very happy :)
> > Is there something straightforward which would work on a Debian/Ubuntu
> > system relatively cleanly, and preferably use USB (and not bluetooth)?
> > Much thanks,
> > Ohad.
> > --
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