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Summary: Chronobis is a FREE Outlook Web Access (OWA) to Windows Mobile device synchronization program.

Requirements:
Windows Mobile Smartphone 5 / 6

Arrived: 2009-05-21
Found under: sync, mail, exchange, outlook, calendar


» Chronobis Description

v0.7.1.9

Chronobis is a FREE Outlook Web Access (OWA) to Windows Mobile device synchronization program. It connects directly to OWA from your Windows Mobile device and does not require any special permissions or options to be enabled by your company's IT department. If you can access Outlook Web Access (OWA) from a public internet connection, you can sync Exchange calendar to your PocketPC (PPC) device using Chronobis. Chronobis also runs completely self-contained on your Windows Mobile device, no need to install software on your desktop, work computer, or use any "3rd party service".

Currently Chronobis is a one way (Exchange Server to PPC device) calendar synchronization.



for more info please visit the developer web site



the Chronobis free for your smartphone

Made by: Joshua Freeman



» Comments

Thu21May at 6:33 pm
Expert wrote...
I agree. Why download something when it is already in the operating system?
Sun24May at 10:35 am
Jared wrote...
False. please stop being idiots...Mobile does not sync with OWA It syncs with the desktop version of outlook only...Its helpful when your not on your network.
Wed27May at 1:15 pm
THE MAN wrote...
Uh, yes it does. In activesync on your mobile, go to ADD SERVER in the menu. That is to connect over the air with Outlook Web Access. The guys know what the are talking about Jared.
Tue14Jul at 4:40 pm
Nide ShiFu wrote...
Your company has to enable it on the server. Many companies don't for security reasons. This will let you get around that problem. Now, stop being idiots.
Sat25Jul at 2:29 pm
JZSmartMort wrote...
People that say that WM already has this don't know what they are talking about. Most companies lock down Exchange Windows Mobile syncing for security reasons. Also, the ActiveSync to Echange method uses SMS so there's that overhead/fees to consider -- search for SMS here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124307%28EXCHG.65%29.aspx This app seems to be the only one of its kind. Don't bad-mouth it if you didn't research your claims. OWA and Exchange-ActiveSync are two different things. I wonder if it syncs everything e-mails, contacts, calendar, tasks & notes. Also wondering if it creates a separate e-mail box on the PPC for this... I think I will try it out, thanks for the freebie!
Tue3Nov at 9:38 am
T3 Tech wrote...
This can be useful if you are running in an Exchange environment that doesn't allow Active Synching over the air directly with the Exchange Server. Lot of companies only allow Blackberry Synching with the Blackberry Enterprise Server, Windows Devices are just now becoming an Enterprise Device that companies may use as a second option to the Blackberry. To clarify, Windows Mobile Doesn't synch with OWA, it synchs with the Exchange Server. OWA is just a web interface to your exchange mailbox.

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