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    Database for all my passwords

    I'm a happy owner of my first Palm:angel2 , I got the m515 just the other day, and I'm totally in love with that little beauty.

    Have bought the compeate Tolkien epos Lord of the rings and found that the palm is really a lot more than a calendar...

    My question here is if you can tip me if there is any freware database software were I can colect all my passwords and pin codes.

    If you have any suggestions please post it!

    Cheers
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    Whatever you need, you will undoubtedly find it at http://www.palmgear.com

    Welcome to Palm ownership, it will be a rewarding one.

    Leonid

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    Re: Database for all my passwords

    Originally posted by Craft
    I'm a happy owner of my first Palm:angel2 , I got the m515 just the other day, and I'm totally in love with that little beauty.

    Have bought the compeate Tolkien epos Lord of the rings and found that the palm is really a lot more than a calendar...

    My question here is if you can tip me if there is any freware database software were I can colect all my passwords and pin codes.

    If you have any suggestions please post it!

    Cheers
    Craft
    I use the gnu keyring http://gnukeyring.sourceforge.net/ and it works well. The database itself is password protected, and it can generate passwords for you. You can organize your logons by catagory.

    There are a couple of commercial solutions also available, and of course you could just set up a password catagory in the memos application and hide the records. Advantage of the commercial versions or using memos is that you can also access them from your desktop (gnu keyring backs up the database during hotsynch, but there is no application for reading the database on the desktop other then a palm emulator).

    EDIT::: Actually, I just found that there is an offline viewer for the Gnu Keyring available, although it does not support off-line editing. http://www.wundrak.de/keyring/ There is also a MAC and a Unix viewer available. Click on conduits in my original link.

    Alan

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    I use Yaps which is freeware. I've been using it for the past few months and I'm happy with it so far.

    http://www.msbsoftware.ch/yaps.html
    http://www.palmgear.com/software/sho...09&prodID=9923
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    try Splash ID from SplashData it cost a little but it's the best I've seen. Comes with Desktop app, conduit and Palm app. http://www.splashdata.com

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    Thnx guys!

    Ill try it out and see what suits me

    BTW
    Great messageboard

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    I use eWallet.
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    $afe Store

    I use Safe Store. Able to sort my passwords by Network Logons, Website accts., ATM cards, etc.

    Password protected and very intuitive.

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