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1 Kay Farin commented   Permalink No RatingsRatings 0

Hello,

 
we installed Traveler on some Android smart phones (Samsung S i9000 and HTC Desire) just yesterday. Some thoughts about that:
 
- The Installer obviously has some issues with certain SSL certificates used by the server with Traveler. RapidSSL certs do not seem to fit the requirements. Using self-signed ones helped here, but this will surely be no solution for bigger companies.
- Reading encrypted mails seems impossible despite a valid Notes ID in the server's vault. Is that a bug or a feature? Will this be possible in coming releases?
 
Anyway, Traveler works great on our devices, keep up the good work!
 
 
Kay Farin, TwentyOne AG Dresden, Germany

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2 Mat Newman commented   Permalink No RatingsRatings 0

Well Done Team.

 
Installed my first Android for a client yesterday and as with the previous releases, it just works!
 
Thanks again for another solid first release.
 
Feature request: I would give my left one for the Email and Calendar client on my Nokia, any chance the native client could be ported to Symbian and Meego?

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