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Revision as of 08:05, 25 October 2010

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This page was last modified on 10/25/2010

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This wiki page details the compatibility and functionality of the Galaxy S I9000 with Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Connector. Please contribute relevant information or corrections in our effort to facilitate end-user experience.

Note: This page is not for reporting defects and bugs. Those should be reported in the Novell Forums. Only limitations that are consequences of the nature of the phone should be reported here.


Device Summary

Overview:

Novell Certified for Data Synchronizer Mobility Connector?   Yes
Ease of Setup   Excellent/Average/Poor
Email   Fully Supported/Supported with Limitations/Not Supported
Contacts Fully Supported/Supported with Limitations/Not Supported
Calendar   Fully Supported/Supported with Limitations/Not Supported


OS Requirements:

Setup Instructions

SSL Considerations

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

Email

Working Features:


Device Limitations (not defects):

  • Emails sent or forwarded as attachments cannot be opened on the Droid device. (.eml-Files)


Notes:

Contacts

Working Features:


Device Limitations (not defects): several Groupwise Addressbooks is one "business"-Addressbook on the Device. Synch back goes to the Frequent Contacts


Notes:

Calendar

Working Features:


Device Limitations (not defects):


Notes:


Other Notes

Troubleshooting

Please do not use this wiki to report bugs or defects. Instead, use the Novell Data Synchronizer Forums or call Novell Support.

Further Reading

== Contributors ==