__/ [Alan Spitz] on Monday 13 February 2006 01:21 \__
> Whoa. I just lost my Palm Tungsten E. (Serves me right for playing in
> the snow.) I've grown to depend on that thing. My question is if I
> were to replace my Tungsten E with an E2 would I be able to sync with
> my desktop and retrieve all of my memos and contacts and calendar
__/ [James Horn] on Monday 13 February 2006 06:31 \__
> Yes. That's how Palm OS machines work. I replaced my M105 with an E and
> my old *everything* came across untouched.
> Of course, some wasn't OS5 compatible (sorry, MineHunt++ and others...).
> But couldn't be easier.
> Jim Horn
I'll second that. Even a move from OS4 to OS5 was often a seamless one. PIM
data tends to be stored in a uniform and relatively backward-compatible