__/ [Harlan Lachman] on Saturday 11 February 2006 17:04 \__
> In article <1halm5o.xfd0ic1vvzh1cN%Bartbartelsz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> Bartbartelsz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Bart Bartelsz) wrote:
>> Harlan Lachman <hlachman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > In article <dshh1r$2plb$3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>> > Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > > Is anyone aware of a tool/method to convert DateBook (AKA Calendar)
>> > > data into standardised formats like iCal. I feel as though my diary is
>> > > locked to be used only by the vendor's software.
>> > >
>> > > Many thanks to anyone who can shed some light on this...
>> > One program to consider is the Missing Synch from Markspace.
>> > Good company. Well supported program. Easy synching of iCal (and other
>> > stuff) to my Treo (and before that my Kyocera 7135).
Thanks for the recommendation, harlan. I can finally see it at:
The only problem is that it requires OS X. I have Mac OS 9 at work, but all
my personal boxes run Linux, so I might have to borrow a more modern Mac
from a friend. What I have in mind is a one-time conversion of DateDB.pdb
(around 60KB) to iCal/vCal, which I can then import into an alternative
tool. I want to try the Nokia 770 when it gets PIM.
>> I only hear good stories about Missing Sync. I would like to give it a
>> try, but they don't have a demo.
With a Palm handheld, it often seems like use of a Mac (or even Windows)
makes life easier. KOrganiser does not integrate with KPilot and the
handheld as seamlessly as it should. Maybe my installation is misconfigured.
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> I doubt you will regret it.
With kind regards,