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    I read about PdaNet in another thread where everyone said it rocked!

    I normally sync with a desktop. Can I also sync to my notebook so I can use PdaNet on it? Does it cause any problems if I sync with 2 computers?
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    The best $34 I ever spent on software. I use it on more than one pc with no problems.
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    You don't have to officially sync with the laptop. You need to have the Palm Desktop with Hotsync manager installed. When you install PDAnet it looks for the Hotsync manager. I installed the Palm software and simply ignored the step that said to perform a hotsync. I did go into the install folder and delete the files that wanted to be synced as a precaution.

    You can sync with two computers. I sync in my office with Outlook and at home I sync primarily to install. I use a program called GoSync in which I can set up different conduit configurations. I right-click on the icon in the system tray and choose which setup I want to sync.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolltide6
    The best $34 I ever spent on software. I use it on more than one pc with no problems.

    Absolutely the best $34 I have spent on Treo software. It works!
    Jimbo

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