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    I see there is a lot of software out there to utilize passwords. I just spent $300 for a phone, I'm not about to go out there and spend $XX for this and $ZZ for that.

    I'm just moving up from a Zier 31 and with that device, I could individually password protect individual memos.

    Verizon user guide no help. Searched this web site also with no luck. I also checked Palm's web site, and it is not finding a good hit.

    Can an individual memo be password protected, without buying a 3rd party application?

    Thanks
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    how much is the security of your data worth?

    http://www.linkesoft.com/secret/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueribbon
    ...Can an individual memo be password protected, without buying a 3rd party application?
    Yes. Open a memo, tap the Details button at the bottom of the screen and check Private. Make sure you have assigned a Password in the Security app and chosen to Hide records marked private.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueribbon
    I see there is a lot of software out there to utilize passwords. I just spent $300 for a phone, I'm not about to go out there and spend $XX for this and $ZZ for that.

    I'm just moving up from a Zier 31 and with that device, I could individually password protect individual memos.

    Verizon user guide no help. Searched this web site also with no luck. I also checked Palm's web site, and it is not finding a good hit.

    Can an individual memo be password protected, without buying a 3rd party application?

    Thanks

    Try freeware CCrypt:

    http://www.freewarepalm.com/utilities/ccrypt.shtml
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