Mobile Synchronization Server Documentation

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Oracle Communications Mobile Synchronization Server Documentation

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Go Mobile with Oracle Communications Mobile Synchronization Server

Oracle Communications Mobile Synchronization Server (formerly Sun Java Mobile Communications) enables users to synchronize calendar, task, and contact data from Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite servers to virtually any SyncML-capable client and device.

Acting as a gateway, Mobile Synchronization Server expands Communications Suite's client spectrum from desktop and webtop to include mobile devices. All leading edge phones are able to synchronize with calendar and contact data stored on Communications Suite.

To obtain Oracle Communications Mobile Synchronization Server, go Get It.

For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/us/industries/communications/mobile-synchronization-server-066177.html.

This page automatically generates the documentation set for Oracle Communications Mobile Synchronization Server 1.1 (formerly Sun Java Mobile Communications).

Page: Mobile Synchronization Server Administration Guide
Page: Mobile Synchronization Server Client Setup Guide for Palm OS
Page: Mobile Synchronization Server Client Setup Guide for Windows Mobile
Page: Mobile Synchronization Server Glossary
Page: Mobile Synchronization Server Installation Guide
Page: Mobile Synchronization Server Release Notes
Page: Mobile Synchronization Server Technical Overview

For previously released documentation, see Sun Java Mobile Communications 1 Documentation.

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