Posts Tagged ‘sync’

Gmail Contact Sync

Google released the API for contacts. How long before someone comes up with a Thunderbird plugin to sync up with it? Any takers? I’d love to know why they decided the API route, rather than use LDAP. It can be secured using TLS, and require a bind DN and bind password. If they did it […]

Thunderbird Sync With iPhone/iPod touch

I’ve gotten quite a few emails over the past several months from people who want to know how to sync their iPhone (or iPod touch) with Thunderbird. Quite a few are disappointed to find mozPod doesn’t support these newer devices. It’s not quite my fault as I’ve yet to see any indication that it’s practical […]

In Search Of The Missing Sync?

I had another silly thought this evening, and thought I’d just mention it for anyone interested. I’ve been reading through some bugs, and wiki documents on the state of synchronization of various devices with Mozilla based products. It would be great to have a generic XPCOM wrapper for interacting with Bluetooth support on various platforms […]

Google Calendar

Google Calendar seems to have now launched. Overall it’s a solid ajax friendly web app. Very good user interface, fast, sleek, all the typical stuff you’d expect in a Google service. Though, when will we see “Google Sync” so we can use it with our client side program, PDA, Cell Phone, etc? Seems like until […]

Palm OS Address Program

Does Palm OS 5 support “Contacts” or “Address” as the address book program? From how I see it, all but 3 models, use Address. But I have yet to see this in writing beyond a reasonable doubt (I just made my conclusion based on my findings). Can anyone help David and myself out here with […]

I could use some Palm Support in Thunderbird

The one thing keeping me from using Thunderbird as my default mail client (and allowing Firebird to be my Browser) is the lack of Palm Sync Support. I wish someone would build it as an extension or something. As soon as I get it… I’m in. Testing full time, on a database containing thousands of […]