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Funambol provides open source syncronization tool for email contacts & calendars for mobile devices and Outlook clients.

Open source platform for mobile operators, device manufacturers and internet companies makes it easy to sync rich media with billions of mobile phones and connected devices. Funambol syncs this data with billions of phones and with thousands of applications and online services. It doesnt matter if you use Gmail, Yahoo. AOL, Hotmail, Outlook or Thunderbird, with Funambol, you can sync your email & PIM on many mobile handsets.

To set up the Funambol mobility server, we have to download the Funambol Bundle which contains various services like Apache Tomcat and the Funambol server software itself. Furthermore the Open-Xchange plugin is required. Both packages are available for free download.

Funambol Features:

1. Funambol Data Synchronization Server: a mobile server providing synchronization services for mobile devices and PC software, as well as push email capabilities.

2. Funambol Connectors: interfaces to various email systems, databases, file systems and applications, for bidirectional data synchronization.

3. Funambol Clients: client software applications that enable users to synchronize email and PIM data (contacts, calendar, tasks and notes) between a wide range of mobile devices and the Funambol server.

4. Funambol Software Development Kit (SDK): a suite of tools to develop sometimes-connected mobile applications on devices in Java (J2SE and J2ME) and C++, and to add data sources to the server.

5. Funambol Administration Tool: a simple graphic tool to administer Funambol installations.

6. Funambol Device Management: an OMA DM server to remotely manage mobile devices.

The license of this software is Free, you can free download and free use this phone software.

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    Low quality product. On j2me work very bad: PIM problems (bugs in retreiving/storing personal data), works different to different mobiles. In overal, it makes more problems, than solves.

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    HORRIBLE. Signed up at their website OneMediaHub.com and the online Portal has too many issues. Once you are logged in, you cannot Delete all your contacts, you have to do it 1 by 1. After testing it out and determining I did not need this service, I tried to DELETE my Account about 20 times on the Web portal and it does NOT work. It keeps giving error "Oops we cannot complete your request, Please try again" It asks for your Password and the 4 digit code, I did this about 20 times and I could not delete my account. There is NO one you can contact, no support, nothing. I wouldn't recommend this at all. They need to fix their Web Portal so I can delete my account.

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    Как настроить собственный SyncML-сервер - № 01, 2012

    Как настроить собственный SyncML-сервер Как настроить собственный SyncML-сервер

    Алексей Кутовенко

    В качестве основы такого сервера можно использовать разработки компании Funambol. Ее Open Source-проект Funambol Community Edition работает с протоколом SyncML.

    Преимущество данной технологии – в возможности работы не только с современными гаджетами, но и с самыми простыми моделями телефонов. В результате синхронизироваться по SyncML без установки каких-либо дополнительных клиентов способно огромное количество устройств самых разных производителей. С помощью SyncML синхронизируются адресные книги, календари, заметки, напоминания, архивы SMS и почты.

    Для ускорения инсталляции разработчики предлагают набор серверных пакетов для платформ Windows и GNU/Linux. Наряду с собственно сервером Funambol, в пакет загрузки входят несколько вспомогательных инструментов, в том числе построенная на Java панель администрирования, тестовые веб - и Java-клиенты и другие вспомогательные средства.

    Предлагаемые пакеты являются вполне доработанными продуктами. Они сконфигурированы для «быстрого старта», их развертывание не требует специфических знаний для инсталляции и конфигурирования. Funambol снабжен толковой справочной документацией, правда доступной только на английском языке. Давайте остановимся на основных моментах установки и настройки сервера и клиентских программ в среде Windows.

    Собственно инсталляция скачанного пакета идет в автоматическом режиме. Пояснений требует разве что выбор каталога установки. Дело в том, что в среде Windows при выборе предлагаемого по умолчанию варианта иногда могут возникать проблемы с запуском сервера. Избежать их очень просто: достаточно расположить каталог Funambol в корневой папке диска. Не будем забывать и о необходимости дополнительной настройки файервола: вам понадобится разрешить Funambol отправку и прием пакетов.

    Установленный сервер работает в фоновом режиме, проверить его статус можно с помощью значка в системном трее. Для настройки используется Java-приложение Funambol Administration Tool. По умолчанию данный инструмент сконфигурирован для доступа к серверу на локальном компьютере. Для первой авторизации на сервере используются логин admin и пароль sa, которые впоследствии разрешается изменить. Поддерживается и подключение к удаленному серверу Funambol, для чего в настройках доступа понадобится указать его IP и порт соединения, по умолчанию – 8080.

    Все инструменты настройки компонентов Funambol собраны в левой колонке панели администрирования. Целесообразно выстроить работу в следующем порядке: сначала настроить внешний доступ к серверу, затем зарегистрировать пользователей, настроить параметры соединения с синхронизируемыми устройствами.

    Затем, если необходимо, можно поработать с настройкой дополнительных функций: веб-интерфейсом и Push-сервисами. Для настройки внешнего адреса понадобится обратиться к разделу Server Settings. Постоянный IP сервера и порт, который планируется использовать для внешних соединений, указываются в строке Server URI. В этом же разделе настраиваются и параметры шифрования информации, передаваемой между сервером Funambol и клиентским устройством. Набор предварительно настроенных схем шифрования доступен в диалоге DataTransformer Manager.

    Регистрация пользователей

    Регистрация пользователей может быть проведена администратором сервера. Допустима и самостоятельная регистрация при обращении клиентов к серверу Funambol. Это значит, что логин и пароль клиенты задают самостоятельно на своих устройствах. При первой синхронизации они будут занесены в базу на сервере Funambol. Рекомендуем использовать в именах аккаунтов латиницу. К сожалению, применение кириллицы не позволит впоследствии вести поиск по базе, а также иногда приводит к проблемам с авторизацией на сервере.

    Выбор модели синхронизации

    Следующая важная настройка, которая потребуется уже при первом старте сервера, – выбор модели синхронизации. Данная опция находится в разделе Server Settings – Strategy Configuration. Она отвечает за приоритет данных, изменяемых при синхронизации. Предлагаются три стандартные модели. Выбор ServerWins приведет к тому, что при синхронизации данные из баз сервера всегда будут переписывать данные в мобильном устройстве. Политика ClientWins действует противоположным образом: данные клиентского устройства получают безусловный приоритет. Модель MergeData наиболее привычна и универсальна -- сервер сравнивает даты изменения данных и объединяет наиболее свежие значения. Реализуется и возможность гибкой ручной настройки приоритетов определенных типов данных. После сохранения названных настроек сервер будет готов к началу реальной работы.

    Настройка клиентских устройств

    Поскольку наш сервер не умеет высылать SMS с настройками, на синхронизируемых устройствах их придется выставить вручную. Сложности здесь возникнуть не должны, поскольку SyncML – давно известная технология с хорошей поддержкой. В устройстве создается новый профиль синхронизации, где указываются публичный адрес вашего сервера Funambol в виде адрес_сервера:порт/funambol/ds. логин и пароль. В качестве транспортного протокола задается HTTP. Если в вашем мобильном телефоне предусмотрены настройки DataPath или Database, то для них нужно будет задать синхронизируемые таблицы. Для Contacts указывается значение card, для Tasks и Notes – task и note, а для Calendar -- cal.

    На сайте проекта Funambol предлагается хороший выбор клиентов для различных мобильных платформ: Android, Blackberry, iPhone, Symbian, Windows Mobile, а также Java-клиент с немного упрощенным функционалом. Все они распространяются свободно, просты в освоении, упрощают настройку соединения и предлагают несколько дополнительных функций синхронизации.

    В стартовый пакет Funambol Community Edition для Windows также включен «настольный» клиент, позволяющий выполнять синхронизацию различных типов данных одним щелчком. Кроме того, Funambol умеет взаимодействовать с пакетом Outlook. Это открывает широкие возможности по созданию календарей, адресных книг и другого контента с его последующим использованием в рамках своей группы пользователей. На сайте проекта также можно скачать клиент для Mac OS.

    В комплект серверного пакета входит и веб-интерфейс, доступ к которому можно получить по адресу адрес_вашего_сервера:8080/webdemo/main.jsp. Его назначение – демонстрация технологий, поэтому он весьма аскетичен в дизайне и предлагаемых функциях. При желании можно попробовать самостоятельно его доработать. Подобная бедность веб-решения вполне объяснима. Основной бизнес Funambol – внедрение корпоративных SyncML-сервисов, а также разработка полнофункциональных веб-решений. Для демонстрации возможностей предлагаемых решений развернут портал myFunambol (my.funambol.com). Это онлайновый SyncML-сервер, на котором можно зарегистрировать аккаунт и познакомиться с веб-перспективами Funambol во всей красе.

    Итог таков: Funambol Community Edition -- замечательный инструмент. Он позволяет быстро развернуть рабочий SyncML-сервер даже тем пользователям, которые не обладают большим опытом в администрировании серверных решений. Поставить данной программе самые высокие оценки мешает только отсутствие русификации интерфейса и справочных материалов на русском языке.

    Funambol Community Edition

    Разработчик: Funambol, Inc.

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    Funambol provides mobile 2.0 messaging software that is powered by open source. The company is the leading provider of open source push email and PIM synchronization solutions for the mass market. Funambol's open source software has been downloaded more than 1,500,000 times by a global network of 10,000 developers in 200 countries. The commercial version of Funambol's software has been deployed at service providers, mobile operators, portals, Global 1000 businesses, hardware OEMs/ODMs and ISVs including customers such as 11, Earthlink and Computer Associates. Funambol is headquartered in Redwood City, California with an RD center in Italy.

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    27 Sep 2006 23:18 sync4jason

    General Availability release of Funambol v3.0

    The Funambol Team is very pleased to announce the General Availability release of Funambol v3.0.

    You can download the v3.0 GA bundle and individual components here:


    . and see what's changed (from Sync4j v2.3 to Funambol v3.0) here:


    This GA release for Funambol v3.0 marks a significant milestone for Funambol and for the Funambol open source community. Community members have made considerable contributions to this GA release and it shows in the high quality of the software.

    With the help of the community, Funambol is also striving to increase the reach of software so that it is interoperable with as many applications and services as possible (in response to community demand, the MS Exchange and Lotus Domino Connectors were re-released and are now available).

    Since the preview release of v3.0 earlier this year, the number of Funambol downloads has doubled to over 600,000. Funambol is putting mobile open source on the map and challenging proprietary mobile email vendors.

    Thanks to everyone for your ongoing support.

    Enjoy the software!

    Jason Finkelstein

    Funambol Community Manager

    funambol. mobile open source


    05 Sep 2006 07:36 sync4jason

    Funambol Community Code Sniper Program launch

    We are pleased to announce the launch of the Funambol Community Code Sniper Program.

    The main goal of the program is to broaden interoperability of the Funambol mobile application server to connect with as many useful, widely-requested applications and services as possible (based on feedback from community members). This feedback was generated primarily from a series of surveys that were presented to the community over the past few months.

    Also based on this feedback, Funambol is responding by refocusing its efforts to better address community demands (e.g. the MS Exchange and Lotus Domino Connectors were the most widely requested Connectors in the survey and, therefore, will be made available with the GA release of Funambol v3.0 in the coming weeks).

    Another goal of the Code Sniper Program is to make sure contributors to these community-requested projects are widely recognized and well rewarded (with bounties of up to $2000). The Funambol Community is full of talented developers and these people should have a chance to shine.

    Code Sniper Highlights:

    Participating community members will follow a 5-stage process which

    includes: 1-selecting a project, 2-submitting a general one-page proposal, 3-submitting a more detailed product specification, 4-delivering the code, 5-submitting to community testing. See here for all program details:


    This is an exciting time for the Funambol Open Source Community. I'm sure everyone is eager to see what the community can produce for this program. Let the Code Sniping begin!

    Jason Finkelstein

    Funambol Community Manager

    funambol. mobile open source



    This is not a step-by-step guide and it makes many assumptions about your environment and requirements. It will, however, give you an idea of the basic steps required to set up a Funambol/sync4j server and use it with Outlook and Blackberry devices. My experience is that it plays well with the Scalix Outlook plugin.

    Funambol Installation Guide

    This is by no means definitive, but since there have been so many requests for a tutorial I'm going to go over the basic installation steps and do a brain dump of anything else that comes to mind. I would say to read the manual, but the manuals don't really help! However, the client software usually does have a manual available, so read over those!

    First of all you need to select and download and install the following:

    • Funambol or Sync4j server (Windows and unix versions available)
    • Funambol or Sync4j Outlook client
    • Funambol or Sync4j device (Blackberry?) client

    You are on your own to select the server version based on the requirements of your environment. I chose to use the Windows server because all my linux machines already have web application servers running on :8080

    Now that you have the 3 software components, you need to perform some infrastructure tasks to make sure each client can contact the server.

    A couple of notes. You'll probably have to modify your firewall to enable Internet clients to access TCP port 8080 on the machine you installed the Funambol Server on. This is how the clients will connect to sync. You might have to update your DNS host to make the Funambol server available by name from the Internet (if you care to do so). I made sync.mycompany.com point to my firewall, which then redirects to the internal host.

    Lets get started. Launch (start) the Funambol server (in Windows, there is a status icon on the taskbar to indicate its running state).

    1. From the start menu open up the Administration Tool. It is here that you'll need to set up the user accounts, and associations with devices, that will enable syncing.
    1. Double-click on Funambol Administration Tool to open the Login window. I think it will default to the local machine's name and port 8080, so enter check to make sure that is correct and click Login. Now you will see an item in the tree representing your Funambol Server.
    2. Click on the + to expand your server's item, and double click on Server Settings
    3. Look for the Server URI value. It may be incomplete or missing. This is the URL by which clients will contact the server, and serves as a root (base folder) of operations. Funambol expects clients to connect to a URL in the form of: http://sync.yourcompany.com:8080/funambol/ds so you'll need to enter you server's IP or hostname in place of “sync.yourcompany.com”.
    4. Double Click on the Users item. Add a user for testing (fill in username, password, and select type User)
    5. Double Click on Devices. For now, you won't need to add a device, because both of the clients you will be using (assuming you're syncing Outlook with a Blackberry) already has devices defined in the default Funambol server.
    6. Double Click on Principals. Principals are configuration objects that associate usernames or devices with sync clients. This way you must define a potential sync scenario to enable a user to use a particular client type.
    7. Click on Add. You will see two sets of blank fields. Click on both Search buttons. Select the username you added earlier in the box on the left, and select sc-outlook-pim in the box the right, then click Add Principal. This will enable the username to connect using the Outlook client. Repeat the task for the sc-pim-blackberry and syncml-phone devices.
    8. Go back to the Principals section again and click search, you should now see listed the default “guest” principals and three new principals for your username.

    At this point you've basically done all you need to on the server to enable a single client to connect via Outlook, sync4j Blackberry client, and generic syncml-phone (which is how the Funambol Blackberry client identifies itself to the server!). You're ready to configure the clients and test.

    The Outlook client configuration is pretty basic.

    1. Look for a Funambol or Sync4j item on the Outlook menu bar.
    2. Go to Communication Settings and enter the full URL for the server (again it will be something like http://sync.yourcompany.com:8080/funambol/ds ). Enter your username and password
    3. Go to Syncronization Settings and select the PIM items you wish to sync with the server. I chose them all. Now, stop for a moment and get ready for some disappointment. Not all clients support all PIM items.
    4. Click on Synchronize on the main menu. If it reports errors, view the error log through Help --> View Logs. That should provide you some insight as to why it didn't work.

    Now for the Blackberry client.

    1. Use the Blackberry Desktop Manager to install the Blackberry Client.
    2. Configure the Blackberry client in the same way as the Outlook client, providing the server URL and selecting the PIM items you want to sync. What, you want to sync more than just Contacts? Sorry!
    3. Ensure that you have set the APN in your Blackberry's TCP configuration screen. This varies by carrier. For T-Mobile US its “wap.voicestream.com”.
    4. Save your settings and attempt to sync. If its going to be successful it will take a while to sync the first time, so be patient. You'll see the upload/download activity arrows in the upper right of your BB screen.

    If it fails you must rely on the SERVER's error log to troubleshoot because you can't view the BB client's log.

    That's about it. I tried to include pointers around all the minor issues that hung me up for a while. I spent hours examining the server logs to determine what needed to change, tweaking settings, and testing again in order to make it all work, so I hope this helps!

    A further note about client software.

    I should note that I've been testing some other clients as well. I've tried the following BB-specific clients so far, all with some success:

    • Sync4j 1.1.5 (syncs Calendar and Contacts)
    • Sync4j 1.2.4 (syncs Contacts)
    • Funambol 3.0.0 (Syncs Contacts + email (haven't tried the mail part)
    • SyncJe-BB (Syncs Contacts, Calendar and Tasks (I haven't gotten the task part to work yet but I just started trying yesterday) 15-day trial

    SyncJe-BB is a commercial, generic syncML client for Blackberry. It appears to have much promise, as it supports "any SyncML server," which includes Funambol.


    Funambol is the leading provider of white-label digital lifestyle personal cloud solutions for mobile operators, device manufacturers, content providers and other companies that want to offer a personal cloud service to customers. The company's flagship solution, OneMediaHub, stores pictures, videos, music, files, contacts and calendars on smartphones, tablets and computers in the cloud, syncs them across devices, and allows sharing with other people and systems.

    In contrast to other personal cloud services, OneMediaHub differs in four important respects:

    1) as a white-label solution, it enables companies to go to market with their brand, and their users to store their data and content in the provider's cloud, conferring revenue and loyalty/retention benefits to the provider

    2) it offers the most comprehensive capabilities and supports more types of data and content on more devices

    3) it is highly flexible, enabling providers to differentiate, and allowing integration with billing & support systems

    4) it can be hosted in the cloud for a provider for rapid time-to-market or deployed on their premises

    OneMediaHub has been deployed by many of the largest companies in mobile. For more information, please visit our website at www.funambol.com.


    Wireless, Mobile, Computer cloud, Open source, Personal cloud, Mobile sync, SyncML, Contacts, Calendars, PIM, Photos, Outlook, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Symbian, Windows Phone, iPad, Rich media, Pictures, Videos, Address book

    How to install Funambol 10 on Debian Wheezy

    How to install Funambol 10 on Debian Wheezy

    In this post we will cover how to install Funambol 10.0.3 on Debian Wheezy server.

    First of all, we need to install Java jdk on server:

    Then, let’s create a folder to download and uncompress Funambol (at the moment, at version 10.0.3):

    Now, we need a specific user to make Funambol run. So let’s create a group called funambol and a user also called funambol with /opt/Funambol as home folder:

    If always goes well, browsing at http://localhost:8080/ we should see a web demo in which test contacts and calendars.

    At this point, Funambol is ready to work, but we want be able start and stop it as a system service. So, let’s create and edit file /etc/init.d/funambol:

    And finally let’s update rc:

    At this point, we can start and stop Funambol using following commands:

    Now we have two ways to configure Funambol:

    1. editing /opt/Funambol/config/Funambol.xml with our favorite editor or
    2. using Funambol Administration tool available forLinux or Windows .