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I would like to copy my agenda data from my Palm to my HTC Cruise

I have a Palm T5 and just purchased a HTC Cruise

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  • frans_vanove Dec 29, 2008

    Thanks for your help, but this did not work.
    Cannot find any extension in Outlook to import the Palm file
    Thanks again


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You could try to export your palm agenda  on your pc with palm manager and import it into outlook express. is not realy compatible but it schould work.

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