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Synchronize OWA Calendar and Task to phone using Chronobis

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By frejos, Junior Member on 20th August 2008, 06:44 AM
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I wanted to share information about my development project, Chronobis.



*Screenshots are from a slightly older version.

Chronobis 0.6.5.1
  • Supports Both Smartphone and PPC Devices, With the Same Features
  • Synchronizes using the OWA interface
  • Specifically designed for users whose IT department has disabled mobile Exchange Synchronization
  • Calendar Synchronization
  • Copies Calendar Items from Exchange via Outlook Web Access (OWA) to Windows Mobile Device
  • Checks Exchange Inbox for Calendar Items Received but not yet Accepted
  • Manages Calendar Items Created on Windows Mobile Device
  • Specify Number of Days Before and After Current Day to Synchronize
  • Ability to Synchronize Today's Calendar Items Only
  • Ability to Synchronize Tomorrow's Calendar Items Only
  • Ability to Delete All Calendar Items from Windows Mobile Device
  • Use the Built-in Calendar or Your Favorite Windows Mobile Calendar Program
  • Task Synchronization
  • Copies Task Items from Exchange via Outlook Web Access (OWA) to Windows Mobile Device
  • Manages Task Items Created on Windows Mobile Device
  • Ability to Delete All Task Items from Windows Mobile Device
  • Use the Built-in Tasks Application or Your Favorite Windows Mobile Task Program
  • General
  • Supports both Form Based Authentication and Basic Authentication
  • Add a Category to Synchronized Items
  • Ability to Cancel a Synchronization
  • Ability to Adjust Time by a Defined Offset
  • Automatically Detects Program Updates
  • Supports System Themes
Chronobis Official Web Site
Chronobis Download Page

I should have contact support added soon as well.

Thanks,

Josh
 
 
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this looks very interesting. I currently use Seven (www.seven.com) to connect to my work OWA. But since I have AS connected to my personal hosted exchange I cannot sync my work calendar and contacts.

If you can get 2 way calendar and contacts sync, while AS is connected to another server, this would RULE
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If you could also enable email sync along with the calendar, contacts, etc. this would be (in my opinion) the best application for the Windows Mobile platform. Please consider it!
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Absolutely agree with BPB21.
26th December 2008, 06:28 AM |#7  
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This app doesn't sync single calendar updates/changes but rather the whole calendar (for the defined time period), right?
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Originally Posted by BPB21

If you could also enable email sync along with the calendar, contacts, etc. this would be (in my opinion) the best application for the Windows Mobile platform. Please consider it!

Why would you want that?
I mean, you get the same effect exactly if you define your email accounts, and update via GPRS/WIFI/BT, right?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BPB21

If you could also enable email sync along with the calendar, contacts, etc. this would be (in my opinion) the best application for the Windows Mobile platform. Please consider it!

I agree. My school wants to charge me a monthly fee for accessing the exhange server so I can't get my email.
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