The documentation available here gives an overview of some graphical frontends for SyncEvolution.
SyncEvolution has a synchronization GUI, which is installed on MeeGo 1.2 as the ‘Sync’ application.
Using the GUI, you can setup synchronization with SyncML providers, including between SyncEvolution and a Bluetooth SyncML-capable phone. When first starting the synchronization GUI, with no sync services configured, you may configure a new synchronization service directly.
Setup of SyncML servers
The GUI makes it simple to synchronize with Google and other services.
Setup of SyncML phone synchronization
The SyncEvolution GUI can setup synchronization with a Bluetooth SyncML-capable phone.
If you have a problem with synchronization, you can recover your data by going through the ‘sync emergency’ process, from within the GUI.
Genesis is an alternative graphical frontend for SyncEvolution written in PyGTK. It makes SyncEvolution accessible without having to use a command line and provides graphical feedback of transaction results. It has to be installed separately in addition to the SyncEvolution core.