Yes, Zimbra supports a number of ways to access your information when not in front of a computer. It is possible to access e-mail, calendar and contacts from many mobile devices.
Mobile Web Browsers*: All devices with HTML capable browsers, have real time access to the Zimbra Server using the Mobile Web Client. See also: How do I use the Mobile Web Client to access Zimbra?
Java Enabled Devices*: Popular devices, such as the Motorola RAZR, support Zimbra Mobile Edition; an elegant client experience with over-the-air (OTA) Zimbra Server sync. See also: Where can I get the Zimbra Mobile Edition software to install on my cell phone?
Smartphones*: Native OTA (over-the-air) synchronization and push email on Windows, Palm, and Symbian OS devices with Zimbra Mobile. See also: How do I set up my smart phone to access Zimbra?
Since there are so many types of mobile devices, from cell phones to Play Station Portables, Information Systems cannot provide accurate support for them each specifically. However, information provided within these FAQ's is meant help our clients set up thier own specific device to access Zimbra if they would like to do so.
*Please remember that all cell phone plans are different. Make sure that you have a data plan or know what you will be charged for accessing the web or e-mail via your cell phone. Many devices and cariers will allow access to the web from any capable device, however if there is no data plan contained within the contract, rates incured may be very high. The University of Indianapolis and Information Systems are not responsible for charges incured by accessing Zimbra via a cell phone, smart phone, or other mobile device.