The NotifyLink service provided by Notify Technology Corporation enables cooperation of mobile devices and diverse servers. Kerio MailServer uses this service to synchronize data between BlackBerry devices and the Kerio MailServer's data store.
Traffic between the NotifyLink server and Kerio MailServer is performed via the WebDAV interface and the IMAP protocol. Therefore, services HTTP(S), IMAP(S) and the LDAP for contact search must be running in Kerio MailServer. No additional settings are needed in Kerio MailServer.
In addition to configuration of the services on the server, it is also necessary to map corresponding ports on the firewall protecting the server. Otherwise, services will not be available from the Internet (for details, see section 2.3 Firewall configuration).
Synchronization of BlackBerry over NotifyLink allows to synchronize the following folders:
Email — all personal folders and subfolders are synchronized.
Calendar — only the main personal calendar is synchronized.
Contacts — any folders selected in the configuration can be synchronized.
Tasks — only the main task folder is included in the synchronization.
NotifyLink is a commercial service (paid) and it can be subscribed at http://www.notifycorp.com/ where the configuration manual as well as other information can be also found.