GroupWise Mobile Server Uncertified Devices Known to Work

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GroupWise Mobile Server: "Uncertified" Devices Known to Work

Novell and Intellisync have provided a list of officially supported devices. Are you running GroupWise Mobile Server on a device or platform not listed there? Is the specific mobile device you are looking for not shown on that list? Please join the GroupWise Cool Community and contribute to the unofficial platform and device support discussion. You can assist by generating and maintaining a list of devices that you have tested and know work on GroupWise Mobile Server in your environment.

Unofficial Platform and Device Support

Platforms


Devices

Working

Palm Treo 600, 650, 680, 700p, 700w, 700v, 750v

Cingular 8125 (Windows Mobile 5)

Cingular 3125 (Windows Mobile 5) but will not work with a wildcard SSL certificate on the server. Not sure if this problem is specific to the phone or Windows Mobile 5.

Cingular Blackjack

HP iPAQ rz 1710, rx1950, h4100, h6340, hx4700, hx2490, hw6510d

HTC Harrier, Apache and Hymalaya

Orange SPV C600 (Windows Mobile 5) & C500

Palm T|X (PalmOS5)

Palm Life Drive (Although not a Phone works great)

i-mate JAMin

i-mate KJAM

Qtek S200 (Windows Mobile 5)

Qtek 9100 (Windows Mobile 5), Qtek 8310 Smartphone

All T-Mobile MDA Vario's

Dell Axim X5 w/PPC2002. Must Upgrade to PPC2003 A05 for it to work.

Dell Axim X3i If you leave this PPC in the cradle so the wifi doesn't disconnect, Network Push works.

Samsung i320 Smartphone. Actually works better than any other device -- officially supported or otherwise -- that I've tried it with. The Windows Smartphone version of Intellisync seems to be much better put together than the Windows Mobile version.

vodafone VPAcompactII (Windows Mobile 5)

Motorola Q works fine with GMS - nice alternative to Blackberry with similar buttons/functions like the wheel and back button, much better phone than a Blackberry.

Nokia 6600

HTC P3300

Almost Working

Nokia 5140i, E60(Symbian 9.1), 6680 (Symbian Ui60)

Nokia E61-1(Symbian 9.1) only with "S60V3" Software. Download at http://www.businesssoftware.nokia.com/intellisync_wireless_email_downloads.php

Nokia E50 (Symbian 9.1) only with "S60V3" Software.

Nokia E70-1(Symbian 9.1) only with "S60V3" Software.

Nokia N71 (Symbian 9.1) only with "S60V3" Software.

Nokia N73 (Symbian 9.1) only with "S60V3" Software.

Nokia N80 (Symbian 9.1) only with "S60V3" Software.

The above software has a bug "Mail sent from Symbian based phones to any recipient is delivered as posted mail into senders mailbox." http://www.novell.com/support/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=3745710&sliceId=SAL_Public&dialogID=19360706&stateId=0%200%2019362787

Sony Ericsson M600i (with SyncML OK, Client Install crashed because of Symbian UIQ3), w810i with SyncML

Sony Ericsson K700i syncs calendar, tasks and contacts with SyncML.

Sony Ericsson P990i syncs calendar, tasks and contacts with SyncML.

Nokia 5500 Sport in SyncML 1.1 mode syncs contacts but not calendar.

Nokia 6233 syncs contacts with SyncML but not calendar.

Sony Ericsson K610i syncs contacts and tasks with SyncML but not calendar.

Sierra Wireless VOQ (Windows SmartPhone 2003) - Syncs e-mail and calender via T-Mobile T-Zones WAP Proxy.

Sony Ericsson W700i syncs calendar & tasks with SyncML.

Sony Ericsson T630 syncs calendar, tasks and contacts with SyncML.

Not Working

Sony Ericsson P990i not working with GMS

The Motorola E815 is listed as a supported device, however all you can do is send text messages to it. I could have done that without the Mobile server.