Hmm, it seems that my goal is UTOPIA :(

I saw also some PHP based SyncML servers, Have you tried those?

btw. It seems that decent Synthesis costs almost 50$ for android....

:( no that is not an option, this solution should be free..

On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly@intel.com> wrote:
On Thu, 2012-07-12 at 08:47 +0200, vedran alajbegovic wrote:
> Concerning software, as i already mentioned:
>
>
> Evolution email client,

That's covered by SyncEvolution.

>  Android device on mobile phone

I would use the Synthesis client for that.

>  and maybe some email client like ATMail or so, but not necessarily
> the last one.

http://atmail.org/ ?

For synchronizing the builtin (?) Address Book you would need some
software for importing/exporting/synchronizing that data, which probably
doesn't exist. But I don't know ATMail, so perhaps there is something.

Perhaps you can get it to work by putting your contacts into an LDAP
server, connecting Evolution and ATMail to it (both support LDAP), then
synchronize the Android phone with that via SyncEvolution and Evolution.
But this is not something that someone has already tried.

What you seem to be looking for is an integrated solution covering
several different, heterogeneous systems. Here's my take on why that
doesn't exist:
https://syncevolution.org/blogs/pohly/2011/state-syncing-open-source

Perhaps also relevant:
https://syncevolution.org/blogs/pohly/2011/state-union-version-12

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