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Is it possible to make KOrganizer to syncronice with a Sony Ericsson T610 with a bluetooth dongle ?
I already have the bluetooth dongle working in KDE but I want to be able to syncronice my calender with my phone to, and also if possible my numbers in it.
Can some plugon program do this with KOrganizer or any other organizer program for that matter that I can run on linux with KDE.
I've managed to get hold of a Sony Ericsson T610. Nicked the bluetooth chip from my boyfriends Mac plugged it in. What next? Google search ended in me downloading and successfully (I think, is there any way to check this?) installing bluez-libs-2.10 and bluez-utils-2.10. Bluez documentation suggests I pay a visit to http://www.holtmann.org/linux/blue tooth/. O.K. seems that the tutorial I want is at http://members.dodo.com.au/~botting/phone/ and we have
You don't have permission to access /~botting/phone/ on this server.
I've just got my T610 working with linux - Fedora 2 and KDE3.2 I can send and receive images sounds etc to and from my phone but as of yet I've not been able to sync kontact with the phones phonebook or organizer.
Some must know how to do it. I also can't find any sign of KitchenSync in KDE3.2 - has anyone?