> I'm not positive, as I'm going from memory, but you should be able to
> get Thunderbird to sync your mail with Palm's default Mail app (PalmOS
> 4.x, not sure about PalmOS 5 or PalmOS 3).
Great. I still have Palm Mail. I was so pleased about it so I took it from
my M130 and installed it on my Tungsten.
> The only oddities about it are that:
> 1) You need to tell the Palm mail conduit to use the Eudora conduit
> (and not the Netscape one).
I'll try that when I get back home. I assume Eudora sticks to mbox format as
well in that case.
> 2) You MAY need to install the Thunderbird Offline extension that lets
> you put Thunderbird into an off-line mode.
Why does that make a difference?