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Sync Files in Memory Card

I want to know if someone can help me on this... I want to sync files between my PC an my Ipaq rxseries but I don't want to have the files in memory instead I want them in my memory card. Is there a way that in each sync action the files go directly to the memory card instead of the main memory??????? Thanks

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Have a look at MightySync.... http://www.mydocsunlimited.com/html/mightysync.html

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