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MIGRATION: PocketCopy it from Palm Desktop to Outlook
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Thursday, 01.07.04 - 08:36:01 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 9631x
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Spotted in Geekzone, is a quick and easy way to transfer Palm PIM data to Microsoft Outlook. Users who switch to Pocket PCs from Palms normally face the problem of how to migrate their PIM data from their Palm device to a Windows powered PDA or Smartphone. This normally arises when the user keeps all the data in the Palm Desktop or when the CD is no longer available to the user as in the case of selling the old Palm device including all CDs and accessories.

Chapura has released a one way conduit, called PocketCopy, that migrates information from the Palm Desktop to Outlook in one click. Chapura claims that at the touch of a button, you can copy your Palm Desktop Address Book, Date Book, To Do List and Memo Pad information into Microsoft Outlook Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes.

PocketCopy is a quick and easy solution if you:

  • Are switching from a Palm OS to a Windows Mobile device and want to get your data onto your new handheld.
  • Want to start using Outlook to manage contact, calendar and other information.
  • No longer wish to use Palm Desktop Software but want access to your vital information via Outlook.

Chapura PocketCopy is available for US$ 19.95 and can be purchased from Chapura. No trial version is available, but it promises to offer trouble free migration from Palm desktop to Outlook.

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