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PalmPilot Professional

PalmPilot Professional

PalmPilot Professional

I bought myself a PalmPilot Professional when they first came out.
I see several programs and cordless internet features for PalmPilots that I cant use.
Id like to link/synchronize it to my Outlook program at work and to get my AOL mail.
Is there some program or special dohicky to buy?  Or did I buy one just before all the fun started.

RE: PalmPilot Professional

I had a Palm Pro once. Palm used to sell a hardware upgrade when the Palm III first came out that would make the PalmPro essentially a III. This will allow you to upgrade to a more recent Palm OS since it also has flash-ROM. Check with Palm for availability.

Your scenario may correct. You may have missed the boat on the early side.

Best of luck,

RE: PalmPilot Professional

Ahhhhhhhhhh, a hardware upgrade fm Palm.
Thank you, I will look into it  

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