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Does the Z22 have audible notification?

Does the Z22 have an audible tone at the time and date of a scheduled appt. and/or reminder notice?

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  • ileaned Jan 02, 2009

    Thank you, that helps to know that.

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Zire doesn't have a speaker so my answer would be no.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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    bob collins Jan 27, 2009

    Would not this rate as a fixya since it was the answer?TY

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JOY's answer, that you try to do a SYSTEM RESTORE on your Computer to get the data back is a really good one, that I did not think of! All manual instructions, and USER instructions on doing a SYNC with the Palm Z22, REPEAT : 1/ Always have a back up of the hard data 2/ Always check all transferred DATA on a SYNC, "Even if it states 'transfer Successful'", 3/ Even, if necessary, write down the data, ...
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