While we are on the topic, a user in my dept has picked up a windows
mobile "Q" phone, presumably found in a lump of coal from 100k years
ago. (cannot determine actual age, its OLD though)
Can this be set up to get UVM email, and interface with calendar? (would
be a HUGE benefit to this particular "scheduling coordinator" type of user.)
Ben Ware wrote:
> I use a moto Q 9m and have not found a compatible vpn client. If you find one that works with UVM, I would be quite happy.
> Thanks - Ben
> Ben Ware
> VT EPSCoR IT Professional
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> ------- Original Message -------
> From: Victor Rossi <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Sent: 4/28/2008, 10:45:42 AM
> Subject: vpn for handhelds
> One of our students purchased a SamsungI760 and wants to hook up to
> uvm wireless. Is there a uvm/vpn download site for handhelds? We
> already have some users using blackberry but we don't know if they use
> wireless or their verizon provided service. Any insights? V
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