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ICal vs. Palm Desktop

Would it be better to use the PalmDesktop, because this software was made for Palm-Devices or wouldn't I see any difference when I sync to other software like iCal (Mac OSX)?

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Personally I greatly prefer to use iCal over Palm Desktop. The important thing is not to try to use both at once, or you will have major problems. If you choose to switch back after trying iSync, you must also be very careful not to use conflicting conduits.

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