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    motosync gmail

    Dear readers,

    when I try to sync contacts,email, etc. with gmail via motosync exchange server sync I receive an error "authentication failed". Any ideas?

    Greetings

    Wolfgang

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    for gmail sync u must looged on ur phone using pop3 server, then open ur gmail account from pc, go to setting choose Forward and Pop/Imap setting.
    choose enable pop download, enable Imap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jukebox355 View Post
    for gmail sync u must looged on ur phone using pop3 server, then open ur gmail account from pc, go to setting choose Forward and Pop/Imap setting.
    choose enable pop download, enable Imap.
    Dear jukebox355,

    thanks for your fast reply.

    this one I know. But there is also the Exchange Server sync in MOTOSYNC. One can connect to gmail with this feature to sync not only mail but also contacts and appointments ( Google Sync for your phone).
    I think I configured it correctly but there is a problem wit some certificate. Is it possible to install root certificates on the z6 manually.

    Greets

    Wolfgang

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    well bout rooting the certificate but i think it's no possible to do it..

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