If it's a Motorola Q, it's no older than a year and a half or so, and
probably runs Windows Mobile 5.
If that's the case, it can easily interface with email and calendar,
although there are caveats for sending via UVM's SMTP.
Pocket outlooks comes with it, and SyncML is the program for syncing
Nick Ogrizovich wrote:
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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
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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