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Old 12-18-2009, 04:38 AM   #1
Registered: Sep 2003
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Distribution: Ubuntu 9.10, FreeBSD 7.2
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SyncML server that can be easily integrated with PHP

I'm looking for a linux sync server. It would be good if it can be integrated with PHP via some sort of API - I want to post the synchronized stuff to a web page. I want it to synchronize contacts, tasks and events.
I'm looking for either free or commercial solution.
I've searched Google but didn't found anything usefull. I found the libsyncml library and there is sample syncml-http-server, but I prefer to use something that is already built instead of writing complex application from the scratch.
Any ideas?


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