Ac­cess­ing this web­site with An­droid

If you tried to ac­cess this web­site with An­droid be­fore, most prob­ably it failed. This is fixed now, I had an overly para­noid re­write rule which should not trig­ger for the nat­ive An­droid browser any­more. If it still fails (no mat­ter if with An­droid or some­thing else), I would like to get a HEADS-​UP from you (with a note at which date and time you tried to ac­cess which page).

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Fun­am­bol cli­ent and cus­tom SSL cer­ti­fic­ate

I tried to use the Fun­am­bol Syn­cML cli­ent with my Syn­cML server via SSL. It does not work for me.

In the net I find re­ports that it works with SSL. Look­ing at the SSL de­bug log I see that the SSL hand­shake is abor­ted. Maybe this is be­cause the CACert signed cer­ti­fic­ate is not ac­cep­ted by Fun­am­bol (and he does not ask to check the cer­ti­fic­ate manu­ally). This makes it use­less for me.