__/ [ Martin Cleaver ] on Monday 15 May 2006 07:54 \__
> __/ [ David ] on Sunday 14 May 2006 14:25 \__
> > "Martin Cleaver" <martin.cleaver@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > news:1147556487.509647.320590@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >>I am very happy with my Tungsten T3, but now need a driver for the Sony
> >> Ericsson k750i to sms... but can't find one that works. So in the end I
> >> decided to contact PalmOne - but am stunned to find out that it is
> >> apparently actually completely impossible to contact PalmOne at all in
> >> any way. They have at last apparently succeeded in finding the ideal
> >> answer to what all software and hardware companies would love to do -
> >> to make a site without any way of actually contacting the company.
> >> There's a section called "contact" on the website, but somehow
> >> the word has been redefined. :(
> >> Does anyone have any idea how to "contact" PalmOne
> >> By email (e,.g. in the Netherlands).
> >> Greetings
> >> Martin
> > Try support@xxxxxxxx
> > I got a response within 2 days.
> > David
> I tried
> And got:
> In order for us to deal efficiently with your inquiry, please visit our
> e-service offering at www.palm.com/us/support
> At this location you will find information that may be helpful in
> resolving your question together with details of how to contact Palm
> for further assistance.
> This is an automated response - please do not reply.
> Palm will only respond directly to questions submitted via the
> e-service offering.
> And I haven't managed to find "e-service" on the site.
I believe they have some telephone numbers. These will probably redirect you
to another country though and I hear it is unfruitful at time.
Hope it helps,