Submitted by Ross Vandegrift, updated on 23 Nov 2013 - 14:15
SyncEvolution makes it easy to keep two instances of Evolution in sync,
or to keep a phone in sync with Evolution. This lets you share
the data between a desktop and a laptop or phone without requiring any
internet intermediary. Setting up SyncEvolution as such an intermediary
on an Internet server is explained in another HOWTO.
Submitted by David King, updated on 5 Jun 2012 - 13:33 - 0 comments
SyncEvolution 1.0 alpha and above can act as a SyncML server over HTTP. This lets clients sync to the SyncEvoluton server, with SyncEvolution acting as a hub between servers and clients. This HOWTO focuses on the usage of the HTTP on a remote server and thus stores data in plain files instead of depending on Evolution.