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Palm & lotus organiser sync

Palm & lotus organiser sync

Palm & lotus organiser sync

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anyone know how 2 sync a palm handheld m100 with lotus orgainser.  I think u got 2 use intellisync.  but i've got to set this up on a laptop and the person was using hotsync, i cant get that to link with organiser - for intellisync have to but a copy as i can't find any copies at work

any help appreciated

Parm

RE: Palm & lotus organiser sync

I haven't done this in quite a while now, but I definately had it running before I got rid of my Palm.  The Palm V will synch with both Lotus Notes or Lotus Organiser.  One thing you will need though is the conduit software.  Once you have installed that you go and change the settings in Palm desktop to Synch to Notes and it will work.  I am not sure but I remember downloadin the conduit free from a Lotus site.

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