[Fwd: Re: [Z-Push-dev] Nokia N900 and Z-push 1.3 RC]

wp1133599-user webmaster at computational-chemistry.org
Thu Apr 29 16:43:17 CEST 2010

Hi Sorry for not answering so long but I have been busy.

Out Front: I haven't been able to read the mailinglist regularly so please
be patient if I repeat or missed something.

First : I can confirm Thorstens findings. I too always get an initial
sync. Did you guys figure out the problem with this?
Second: Compared to 0.3 I keep losing contact information on syncs ...
which might be related to it being an initial sync and non of the data
entered into the phone seems to reach the server.

Do you guys think it would be possible to find a date and time to get
together in IRC or any other Instant Messenger to talk, maybe even VOIP. I
would appreciate if Alain could tell me a little about his plans with the
kolab connector and some information how it works. Since I would like to
take on the task to create a better working Syncronization Application for
the N900 which at least works with kolab. And I would like to know how
Thorsten is doing with the N900.

Maybe you can include me in your private email conversation.


Am Samstag, den 24.04.2010, 02:01 +0200 schrieb Thorsten Schnebeck
<thorsten.schnebeck at gmx.net>:
> Am Freitag 23 April 2010 23:45:17 schrieben Sie:
>> hi Thorsten
>> see the attached message
>> Alain,
>>  Von: Sebastian Kummer <s.kummer at zarafaserver.com.br>
>> > I would say it's related to the provisioning which was introduced in
>> > 1.3.
>> > I'm not sure if the N900 supports it as until today I had no device
>> > "in hands" for testing.
>> > 
>> > Try enabling the loose-provisioning (z-push config). If that also
>> > not help, disable provisioning completely
>> > (parameter provisioning).
>> > 
>> > Cheers,
>> > Sebastian
>> > 
>> > PS. Any hints in the debug log?
>> Regards
> Hi Alain,
> from the N900-MfE Wiki:
>> Known issues
>> Provisioning
>> N900 is considered to be "non provisioning device" from Exchange server
>> point of view. It basically means that it can
>> not be managed from Exchange server - administrator can not wipe your
>> device, request you to use autolock and so on.
>> Basically, all the provisioning data received from the server is
>> and the server is informed that N900 MfE
>> does not support this feature. Exchange administrator can configure the
>> server in two ways - he/she can allow to use
>> non-provisioning devices or disallow. In the second case N900 MfE will
>> not work as server will reject the
>> connection.
> I used the new released z-push-1.3
> first I test "loose_provisioning" -> does not work
> Then I changed provisioning to false -> does not work
> Then I update 1.2.3_RC to 1.2.3 -> works
> Is not there another fundamental change between 1.2.x and 1.3:
> For 1.2.x I have to patch diffbackend.php with this
> +    function syncstate($state)
> +    {
> +        $this->_state=$state;
> +    }
> This was not necessary any longer when supporting 1.3 but something I
> would call "syncstate" is exactly my problem with 1.3 as every sync
> like the first sync(?)
> Bye
>   Thorsten
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