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SyncML Server in .Net?

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Does anyone have a good example of a SyncML server in .net? Or just a great example and explanation of how to write a SyncML server? I have found a bunch of less than detailed articles. If anyone has anything would be great!

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SyncML.NET Client API C# is a set of .Net components and programs to
synchronize between a personal information manager and a SyncML server
like Funambol. It is not a port of existing sync client API coded in C+
+/Java, or .NET wrapper of the C++ API.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/syncmldotnet/
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I am actually looking for something to write the SyncML server not a client.
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