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Palm Pilot to work With Windows 2000

Palm Pilot to work With Windows 2000

Palm Pilot to work With Windows 2000

(OP)
I am looking at purchasing a Palm pilot. But before I do I am looking for some information. I would like a palm pilot that will work pretty easily with a computer that has Windows 2000 Pro on it. Any suggestions? Also, it would be nice if it could also run Groupwise 6.0.

Thanks

RE: Palm Pilot to work With Windows 2000

Two of the guys I work with are currently using Palm Pilot with Win2k.  They haven't had any problems at all.  We don't use Groupwise, but I have to say the Palm platform has been very stable.

CW

RE: Palm Pilot to work With Windows 2000

I use a Palm i705 (wireless) with both Windows 98 (desk)and Windows 200 (portable). It works perfectly on both.

RE: Palm Pilot to work With Windows 2000

I have installed Desktop 4.01 on a few of our win2k laptops. It works fine.
We use easysync to sync to Lotus Notes. It also works.

Any flavor of Palm should work fine with win2k.

tgus

RE: Palm Pilot to work With Windows 2000

(OP)
Thanks for the responses. We went with the Palm M515. They work great with Win2K and Groupwise. We used Intellasync from PumaTech for the sync software to work with Groupwise. It works great.

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