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I am trying to configure Samsung Monte with Evolution for contacts and calendar using synce and/or opensync but somehow unable to do. Used some standard help pages on the web, but none seem to work. Has any one done it.

I have a Maverick - 64 bit.

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Its looks as though you may have to use a middle man/central hub like google calendar as samsung isn't terribly Linux friendly. However they are employing the talents of the main developer of Enlightenment desktop a Linux WM so it seems as though things will be changing soon. (can any one say Android)...... –  Allan Dec 18 '10 at 12:31
    
Allan speaks the truth. You will have to setup Google services to sync with your droid as of yet it does not directly sync with the phone. –  lazyPower Dec 18 '10 at 13:33
    
Yeah.........That's what I am doing right now using active sync to sync google and my Samsung Monte.....but my employers soon would discontinue personal emails (gmail, hotmail etc) and our corporate email is not MS Exchange...hosted with Rackspace. So was wondering how I would keep my calendar & contacts synced.....hmmmmm.....figure out something –  Ubuntu Ingrained Dec 19 '10 at 4:39
    
This question seems abandoned, there is not further information or activity added to it for several months. I am flagging this to be closed by a moderator. If you think this issue is still affecting you you can flag a moderator to re-open it. –  Bruno Pereira Feb 3 '12 at 0:48

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