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  1. #1
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    Goodlink vs Chatteremail

    I've had Chatter for some time now and it's been pretty good to me.

    Today I just received and email from Palm promoting Goodlink. And I must say it looks pretty good.

    Also, with Palm promoting something, it make me wonder is this better than what I have or is this just business between the two.

    So my questions are:
    Does anyone here have goodlink?
    Is it more compatible? Easier to use?
    Whats the cost?(they want you to call or email for that)
    Does it work with Versamail? Or, is it completely seperate like Chatter?

    Your input or directions to a similiar thread would be great.

    Thanks

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    take a look at goodlink's website: www.goodlink.com

    its very expensive and you need a Microsoft Exchange Server to install the software on...

  3. #3
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    I have experience with GoodLink on the Treo 650s.

    To answer your questions:

    -Does anyone here have goodlink?
    Yes

    -Is it more compatible? Easier to use?
    It is real time secured access to your email (we have Exchange). It does not require software installed on a client desktop (zero admin there) and the ability to update over the air (OTA).


    -Whats the cost?(they want you to call or email for that)
    $300 / license a year* subject to change as more are added

    -Does it work with Versamail? Or, is it completely seperate like Chatter?
    You would need a GoodLink Server (cost of hardware) and if you want consulting/Training/installation service/etc, that could be about $3000. This server is the server that all devices point to to get email, contacts, etc.

    Additional info: It is like having your Outlook on a PDA, in real time. You send a message, it is sent, not sitting in your sent items (which if you wanted, you can program to "sync" if you wanted to...but why would you?) Real time access is to your email, contacts, and calendar.

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    Thanks. But thats a little to much $$ for me. I'll stick with Chatteremail.

    Thanks again

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