Le jeudi 18 juin 2015 à 16:38 +0100, Graham Cobb a écrit :
On 16/06/15 13:27, Daniel CLEMENT wrote:
> I was more or less forced to try the various SyncML services supported
> by Syncevolution lately. I thought perhaps I could share some remarks I
> have made about them.
Good review. Thanks.
I am wondering why you don't consider running your own server, with
syncevolution providing the access for the phone and either mastering
your data or synchronising with some other service which does.
I am sure there is a good reason but I am interested to know why using a
commercial SyncML service is the best option for you.
I can't deny I like the idea. But I lack the knowledge and the
Also, I don't have a PC running all the time. I do have a NAS
(Synology), where I can add preconfigured packages. And since it's
basically a Linux box, I could also Telnet into it, though it frightens
me a bit. But I'm not sure it would be possible to turn it into a SyncML
server. Moreover--don't know if it matters--I don't have a fixed IP, and
I use a DDNS server to access it remotely.
That makes a lot of "ifs"...