__/ [ Ruben Keestra ] on Tuesday 21 March 2006 09:45 \__
> See the software which is bundled in the form of a CD that must have
>> accompanied the unit. If E-mail software for the Palm is not already
>> installed on the T-X (e.g. VersaMail), be sure to look in the unit's
>> Once installed, you need to set up the conduits. You do this on your
>> (see system tray HotSync icon, open context menu for "Options..."). You
>> to set this up in oder to fetch data from outlook every time you HotSync.
>> This is most likely documented somewhere on the Web, so do a search and
>> report more particular, finer-level problems that you experience.
>> Hope it helps,
> Hi Roy,
> I managed to get my email working, but I can only reach the mail that is
> available on the server. Once Outlook removed it from the server I can't
> see it on my Palm. I was hoping that the Palm could synchronise with
> Outlook like a Pocket PC can. Including the directory structure I use to
> seperate mailinglist from normal mail. But I'm affraid I can't do this with
> the standard mailprogramm that comes with the Palm.
I suspect *that* is the case. I haven't much experience with mail on the Palm
(only used it in 2002-2003, Palm Mail). Set your POP3 connection to leave
messages on the server after fetching if this proves to be a pain. Multiple
separate accounts for mailing lists are my personal preference when handling
mail. If not, server-side filters (as opposed to Outlook -- client side)
should do the trick.
Hope it helps,
Roy S. Schestowitz
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