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Re: Multiple users on one handheld?

  • Subject: Re: Multiple users on one handheld?
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 05:28:47 +0100
  • Newsgroups: comp.sys.palmtops
  • Organization: schestowitz.com / MCC / Manchester University
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__/ [asustiel@xxxxxxxxx] on Wednesday 21 September 2005 00:01 \__

> Mirko Grewing wrote:
>> asustiel@xxxxxxxxx:
>> > Does anyyone know if any palm OS handheld supports multiple users on
>> > one handheld device?
>> I think this is non-sense... PDA stands for *Personal* Digital
>> Assistant... How to share a PDA?
> Actually, what I really want to do is have separate home and office
> calendars, and to be able to hot-synch my handheld so that I can bring
> both calendars to my desktop on another computer.  I've been
> maintaining a separate, second personal datebook at home- by creating a
> second user (called "Home") on my home PC -- and I wanted to bring this
> second datebook to my office PC.

See the post which precedes this one. You were advised to use categories.
Fragmenting your calendar was probably not the best option so I suggest you
'forge' all and use categories.

Like most things in life, complete separation leads to a mess. There is
always an advantage to joining and then artificially separating based on
some criterion. That being the case, I suggest you make the effort and join
before it's too late, i.e. before you have too much data to keep track of.

Hope it helps,


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