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Data transfer i have palm iiie i am not able to install the palm application on my computer which has win xp on it. i have my address on my handheld. i want to sync my device and transfer the data to microsoft outlook 2003.please help.

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You can install palm HotSync application
from the following link http://palmone.r3h.net/downloads.palm.com/PalmDesktopWin414EN.exe
Once you Sync you will see the option to tranfer the contact items to Outlook

Good Luck

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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