[horde] Successful sync - Thunderbolt and Horde4
lang at b1-systems.de
Fri Aug 19 15:17:34 UTC 2011
Am Freitag, 19. August 2011, 00:06:57 schrieb Michael J Rubinsky:
> Quoting "Kevin M. Myer" <kmmyer at gmail.com>:
> > Details:
> > This was setup as Exchange ActiveSync account on phone, not using any
> > third-party apps. I pretty much followed the directions at
> > http://wiki.horde.org/ActiveSync. I am using the Alias in my Apache
> > config, to redirect the requests. There really is not a whole lot of
> > exceptions or deviations from the directions to report - it just
> > worked for the calendar.
> > For the contacts, I've discovered that although I specified my Shared
> > Directory address book (which is an Active Directory server) as a GAL
> > source, I don't have an option to synchronize that address book as a
> > sync source, in the turba prefs
> From ActiveSync's point of view, the GAL is large, organiztion-wide,
> read-only soure that is not synch'd. Rather, it is used as a search
> source for certain operations like e.g., validating/auto-completing
> email addresses while composing an email. IIRC (I don't have my iOS
> device handy), iOS has a GAL search functionality. For Android, there
> is a GAL application you can download.
> Only my local SQL address book is
> > available in the turba preferences.
> The source has to be writeable, as well as listable, to be able to be
You're the man. I've been wondering why it fails all the time for the global
addressbook but succeeds for any number of user's personal addressbooks.
I want to provision an optional readonly company addressbook to android
devices. Users should be able to have or have not these entries but not to
change anything serverside.
Is there really any writing involved or does the source only need to pretend
these features? What if a backend would mock writing?
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