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Old 01-17-2013, 09:43 AM   #1
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Can a J2ME app for S40 sync with Outlook or Evolution?


On a Nokia Asha 302 phone (runs J2ME apps on S40) the build-in PIM applications for calendar tasks and notes are not satisfactory.

Are there any alternatives that can sync with Microsoft Outlook or linux Evolution?

Ideally through a USB cable or bluetooth, not through the internet?
 
  


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