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    I am using Good Messaging at work on a new Treo 700p. I am using my old treo 650 at home. After synching both phones on my computer at home, I now have 2 separate contact lists, one for Good Messaging and one for the native Palm application. Does anyone know how to consolidate these 2 lists into one?
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    How are you syncing at home? Actually I am not familiar with Good Messaging so I don't know why I chimed in. But At home are you syncing with Palm Desktop.
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    Yes. I am using the Palm desktop. (Good Messaging is an application to permit wireless downloads of email messages to the treo.)
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    Well since you are using two programs to sync, I am going to assume you are going to get two sets of Contacts.

    I use two programs to sync, but I turn Contacts off on one of them.
    Last edited by BenJoeM; 04/16/2007 at 10:11 PM.
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    The answer on consolidation depends on the software that you are syncing with Good. I suspect it's Outlook. If you want to combine the addresses into one list, you can export all of your Palm contacts as v-cards (you can put them all in one file), then import them into Outlook. After that, you may have to clean up duplicates.

    Hope that helps,
    Todd
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    Thanks!

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