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Wed, 14 May 2003 23:52:52 +0000
This is to announce the release of KnokiiSync, a program that tries to sync
your phone's address book with KDE's address book. Please note that you need
KDE 3.1 and gnokii 0.5.0, with support for bluetooth compiled in libgnokii.
At the time of release, the only phone known to work is the 6310i, but other
compatible phones (like the 6310, 6510) may also work. Note that it does not
currently "1-click Sync" (TM). You just select entries from either phonebook,
and transfer to the other. If an entry exists in the "receiving" end, it will
be overwritten, otherwise it will be created.
!!! NOTE NOTE NOTE !!!
This is ALPHA software, so please * make sure * to backup both your phone and
KDE address book first! Also read the info on the site:
Have fun testing.
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