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<h3>Link to Mobility Pack forum</h3>
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The link to the Data Synchronizer Forum on all device pages (section "Troubleshooting") is dead! I'm too lazy to correct all device pages. Here's the correct link: [http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/data-synchronizer/ds-mobility-pack http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/data-synchronizer/ds-mobility-pack]
[http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/data-synchronizer/ds-mobility-pack http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/data-synchronizer/ds-mobility-pack]
<h3>Devices by Manufacturer</h3>
<h3>Devices by Manufacturer</h3>

Revision as of 18:45, 11 February 2011

Welcome to the Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Connector Wiki

Data Synchronizer Mobility Connector


As we prepare for product release, we are certifying several devices with the Mobility Connector and supporting dozens of additional devices. We appreciate your help in logging device specific information in the tables that follow.

In general, the Mobility Connector works with devices that:

  • Support connecting to Microsoft Exchange 2003 SP2 or later
  • Support the ActiveSync protocol version 2.5
  • Run Apple iOS 3.0 or later
  • Run Symbian Series 60 3rd-5th Edition
  • Run Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 or later, Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 with Messaging and Security Feature Pack, or Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 and 2003 2nd Edition
  • Run Microsoft Windows Phone 7
  • Run Google Android 2.1 or later

Return to Data Synchronizer Mobility Connector

How to configure your mobility server to use a self-signed cert for testing purposes

Click this link: How to configure your mobility server to use a self-signed cert for testing purposes

Link to Mobility Pack forum


Devices by Manufacturer

  1. Apple
    1. iPhone 3.X (certified)
    2. iPhone 4.X (certified)
    3. iTouch 3.X (certified)
    4. iTouch 4.X (certified)
    5. iPad 3.X (certified)
    6. iPad 4.X (certified)
  2. Google
    1. Nexus One (certified)
    2. G1 (NOT certified)
  3. HP
    1. iPAQ K3/Glisten (certified)
  4. HTC
    1. Aria (certified: "Yes/No; Fully Supported/Supported with Limitations/Not Supported")
    2. Desire/Bravo (certified)
    3. Evo (certified)
    4. HD2 (certified)
    5. Hero/Eris (certified)
    6. Imagio (tested)
    7. Incredible (tested)
    8. Prophet (NOT certified)
    9. Tilt (NOT certified)
    10. Touch Dual (NOT certified)
    11. Touch Pro (tested)
    12. Touch Pro2 (certified, but: "Fully Supported/Supported with Limitations/Not Supported")
  5. Motorola
    1. MotoQ (certified)
    2. Droid (certified)
    3. DroidX (tested)
    4. Droid2 (tested)
    5. Droid Pro (tested)
    6. Backflip (certified: "Yes/No; Fully Supported/Supported with Limitations/Not Supported")
  6. Nokia
    2. e61 (NOT certified)
    3. e62 (certified)
    4. e71 (certified)
    5. e72 (certified)
    6. e75 (NOT certified)
    7. N97 (certified)
    8. n900 (certified)
    9. N8 (NOT certified)
  7. Palm
    1. Palm Centro (NOT certified)
    2. Palm Pixi (certified)
    3. Palm Pre (certified)
    4. Treo Pro (certified)
  8. Samsung
    1. Blackjack (NOT certified)
    2. GT-i5700 Galaxy (certified)
    3. GT-i8910 (certified)
    4. Galaxy S I9000 (certified)
    5. SPH-i350 Intrepid (certified)
    6. Continuum SCH-I400 (certified: "Yes/No; Fully Supported/Supported with Limitations/Not Supported")
  9. Sony
    1. Satio/Idou (certified)
    2. Xperia X10 (certified)