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activesync for mailplus

Do we need a activesync server? (or is it just me)


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I know there is no activesync support from synology for mailplus.
But is there an other way to get activesync?

I know there is Z-push, is it possible to install it in a VM and get it work with mailplus, calendar and contacts?
 

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ActiveSync is a Microsoft feature/product. What is it exactly that you want to achive?
 
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I know, but there are some (not microsoft) mailservers (iredmail, sogo, mailcow) that can be sync with exchange sync.
What i want is one account to sync mail, contacts and calendar.
No third party apps.
 

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Well. I have my emails (MailPlus package), contacts (CalDAV server package), and calendar (Calendar package) items synced to my NAS. On my Android phone I use the native mail app to read e-mails via IMAP. For contacts and Calendar, I use CalDAV and CardDAV to sync by using this app: DAVx⁵ – CalDAV/CardDAV Client - Apps on Google Play .

I dont need ActiveSync.
 
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That's the way I do it too.
But Carddav is a disaster to find out as AD user.
 

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