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Compelson SyncML Server is a remote synchronization solution for your mobile phone. Do you want to edit your contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes on the web and keep them in sync with your phone conveniently without the hassle? Are you scared of setting up a cable, IR, or Bluetooth connection just to copy the phonebook to your new phone or add national characters to your contact names, which for some strange reason your phone does not allow you to type?
The synchronization engine is a .NET 2.0 application written in C#. It integrates with the Microsoft IIS server at the IHttpHandler level, taking full advantage of the ASP.NET infrastructure. Microsoft SQL Server 2000 is used as a storage for all user data, as well as for internal structures related to synchronization. This web interface is an ASP.NET 2.0 web application (a non-public administrative web application is also available).
Server requirements: • Windows 2003 Server with IIS 6.0 • Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 • Microsoft SQL Server 2000
Contrary to most SyncML implementations around, Compelson SyncML Server is proud to provide excellent support for national character sets (cyrillic, diacritic characters, etc.) Other distinguished features include recurrent event support in the calendar. Practically it means that you'll see e.g. birthdays in the calendar repeating every year - just as they were meant to be.