[horde] I might be missing something?
jan at horde.org
Tue Oct 21 06:53:52 UTC 2014
Zitat von Tim Streit <ledoktre at meanie.us>:
> Greetings Jan,
> I understand there might not be any standards out there for notes
> (similarly as CardDav to Contacts). Thats why I thought I might be
> missing something. Apple products tend to put notes in an IMAP
> folder called “Notes”, and it works well across the board if using
> all Apple products. Microsoft has no solution unless using Exchange.
> Where the conundrum enters into play here is this :
> - If I store the notes using Apple’s way, I can have access to
> everything on all devices, provided I am using IMAP, not Active
> Sync. Also, Horde will not see the Notes folder except as an email
> - If I forgo the IMAP way and roll with the Notes the way Horde has
> it setup, it works great on Active Sync and Horde both. I can use
> Active Sync on the mobile devices and that works fine too. But on
> the desktop, there is no Active Sync capability, so no success.
> I meant no disrespect in asking, I just thought I might be
> overlooking something and perhaps someone else had been down this
> road before and may be able to shed some light.
> I haven’t looked into it in any detail yet, but I’m wondering if
> SyncML would cover the notes on the desktop….
SyncML is practically dead.
>> On Oct 20, 2014, at 4:18 AM, Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org> wrote:
>> Zitat von Tim Streit <ledoktre at meanie.us>:
>>> I was moving my main mail over from a custom
>>> dovecot/postfix/ldap/roundcube install over to Horde yesterday,
>>> and Ive been having trouble figuring out how I can access
>>> different things on my Apple products. So I get this :
>>> *CardDav and CalDav let me access calendars, contact, and tasks on
>>> OSX. Same for iOS.
>>> *IMAP lets me access mail on OSX with IDLE, and with a 15 minute
>>> fetch on iOS.
>>> But what about Notes? I can't seem to figure out how to gain
>>> access to them on either iOS or OSX. I know I could use
>>> ActiveSync, but I am trying to save that for last (licensing).
>>> Apple likes to use an IMAP folder for Notes, and on Horde, it
>>> appears they are just part of the database.
>> There are no standards for notes. Neither data format standards,
>> nor synchronization standards. Thus every client, server, company,
>> product is doing it their own way.
>> Jan Schneider
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