Projects / Z-Push


Z-push is an implementation of the ActiveSync protocol, which is used 'over-the-air' for multi-platform ActiveSync devices including Windows Mobile, Ericsson, and Nokia phones. It allows any e-mail or groupware system using Maildir to be connected and synced with these devices.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Sep 2008 17:18

    Release Notes: Improved iPhone support. A custom TNEF parser for meeting requests.

    •  26 Apr 2008 04:04

      Release Notes: A version file and string were added in debug.txt. UTF-8 encode and decode functions were moved to utils.php (for ICS and IMAP). The default PHP path was added to include_path. In Diff backend, initializing of syncstate when using the dummyfolder option with GetHierarchy was fixed. Memory consumption was improved in the IMAP backend when parsing emails. Encoding issues when writing, replying, and forwarding mail in IMAP were fixed along with the encoding of subjects.

      •  18 Oct 2007 09:00

        Release Notes: An IMAP backend was included.


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