[maemo-users] Status of SyncEvolution and PIM applications

From: James Knott james.knott at rogers.com
Date: Sun Jul 8 16:27:49 EEST 2007
Larry Battraw wrote:
> On 7/8/07, Lars Persson Fink <lars_p_fink at yahoo.se> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I need to replace my Palm which I heavily depend on and I am thinking of
>> buying a N800 (I am also a long time Linux user). Currently I
>> synchronize my Palm, mobile phone and my Evolution with ScheduleWorld
>> using SyncML.
>> I have been trying to find a summary of the status of different PIM
>> solutions for the N800 but have not found any.
>> What I would like to know is:
>> 1. What are the different PIM solutions available?
>> 2. What synchronization possibilities are available for them? What is
>> their respective status?
>> 3. Is there a N800 "simulation"-environment (VMWare for instance) where
>> I could test it out OR can I install the N800-environment on my
>> Ubuntu-laptop to test them?
>  As Sebi pointed out, you can use the GPE suite of applications
> (calendar, todo, etc.) to take care of most things.  There has been
> recent development of a new application called Erminig
> (http://maemo.org/downloads/product/erminig/) which allows
> bi-drectional sync as opposed to a "subscription" to the ICAL URL
> Google Calendar offers that's built into GPE calendar (which seems
> broken at the moment).

Unfortunately, that link shows "missing install".

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