Multisync with Sony Ericsson T637 Howto
MultiSync is a free modular program to synchronize calendars, addressbooks and other PIM data between programs on your computer and other computers, mobile devices, PDAs or cell phones. MultiSync works on any Gnome platform, such as Linux
sudo apt-get install multisync libmultisync-plugin-all
This will install all the necessary dependencies for multisync, and ALL the plugins included with multisync.
This howto assumes that bluetooth support is present and working in both the computer and the cell phone. If you are not sure, or have not setup your blue tooth device, please follow the BluetoothSetup
Launch Multisync from Applications -> Accessories -> Multisync
Click New from main window to create a new synchronization pair.
Select IRMC Mobile device as the first plugin and Ximian Evolution as the second plugin. Also fill in an appropriate display name to remember this setting.
Click on the Options button next to each plugin selected and configure the plugins.
Click on Search for Units to locate your bluetooth phone. Make sure bluetooth in your phone is turned on and your phone is visible/discoverable. If Multisync is unable to locate your unit, try changing the channel to 10 for your bluetooth device and search again. If multisync has unable to find your unit, please follow the following instructions.
Open up a terminal and type the following.
which should return your bluetooth phone address and name.
Then from the main window, just select your configuration, and press sync. And presto...all your contacts from cellphone and evolution are syncronized.
Add more information about different cellphones. Contributions welcome
I was not able to use multisync with my MotorolaPebl mobile phone yet. But I sync it in a dual boot configuration.