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    After seeing VersaMail on my 650 for so long, I decided to try it out, even though I have no real need to sync email to my Treo.

    After confirming that I indeed have no interest in syncing my email up, I no longer wanted VersaMail to do anything for now, though I would keep it's software on the Treo, in case I wanted to try it again later.

    But what I DID want gone was the VersaMail conduit that always tries to sync up now. So what I'd like to do is remove the VersaMail conduit altogether from HotSync Manager, but I can't figure out how to do it. I've changed the default action on it to "Do Nothing", which got it's little separate sync window to stop popping up. But that fact that it's still there bugs me. How can I get this conduit competely removed from my PC, so that it isn't even listed in Hotsync Manager?
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    Even better: Conduit Buddy http://www.livepim.com/condbudy/index.htm
    It has a free trial and will let you view and completely remove the conduits... Iused it to kill VersaMail, and Addit..
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    Interesting. I just have mine set to "do nothing" and have experienced no Versamail issues. Perhaps you once RAN Versacrap, and it did something to your device, and then got copied to your PC. Maybe that's what's triggering this message. I've been careful to never run it so it doesn't chew up my RAM with all sorts of databases and user files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhousel View Post
    Even better: Conduit Buddy http://www.livepim.com/condbudy/index.htm
    It has a free trial and will let you view and completely remove the conduits... Iused it to kill VersaMail, and Addit..
    Saw the title of this thread, and figured I would suggest the same thing.
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    Same here Conduit Buddy, works great.
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    Thanks folks. Following this advice (actually, I created a new folder and moved all the files that looked to be VersaMail related into it) solved my problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhousel View Post
    Even better: Conduit Buddy http://www.livepim.com/condbudy/index.htm
    It has a free trial and will let you view and completely remove the conduits... Iused it to kill VersaMail, and Addit..

    what are all those "addit" files, i see them all over?
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    Another free way to get rid of the Addit conduit is to go to the Addit website

    http://bluefishwireless.com/addit/

    and download Addit for the Treo and run the install. Don't actutally sync the files to the Treo but rather go to (in Windows) Control Panel and Add/Remove programs. You will now have Addit listed and the option to remove it.

    Remove it and the conduit disappears.
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    what is addit used for, just versamail ?
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    It is an application that provides basic news, weather etc, but also to buy software. Unfortunately, it takes up lots of RAM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob_T View Post
    Another free way to get rid of the Addit conduit is to go to the Addit website

    http://bluefishwireless.com/addit/

    and download Addit for the Treo and run the install. Don't actutally sync the files to the Treo but rather go to (in Windows) Control Panel and Add/Remove programs. You will now have Addit listed and the option to remove it.

    Remove it and the conduit disappears.
    Good tip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aprasad View Post
    It is an application that provides basic news, weather etc, but also to buy software. Unfortunately, it takes up lots of RAM.
    I think it is OnDemand. Right?
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    the only thing i use on demand for is like movie times

    so i think i should just delete all addit files
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    Thanks for that link! Worked well.
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