that's an interesting finding. In most minds (including my own), the "Pocket "
in "Pocket PC" stands for a somewhat smaller, maybe more feature limited PC and
indeed - even with today's Windows Mobile ARM CPUs up to 600 MHz and more,
Windows Mobile Pocket PCs aren't designed to replace a PC but to
supplement a PC while on the go.
But interesting enough, yesterday my Pocket PC showed me and E-Mail which failed
to be shown on my full featured PC's Outlook 2007.