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Palmone handheld how to delete all contacts from my handheld

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As far as I know there is no quick and easy way to delete all of your contacts on your palm, you will have to delete them one by one if you want to do it on your palm, alteratively you could use the palm desktop to delete all of them and then do a custom hotsync and have the computers contacts override the palm.

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