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    Has anyone had any experience with Chapura's Key Suite? It is an appl. used to organized contacts in more detail than Palm's built-in appl. Web page says it's works on 650s. Pros? Cons? Opinions?

    [HTML]http://www.chapura.com/keysuite.php[/HTML]
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmwingate
    Has anyone had any experience with Chapura's Key Suite? It is an appl. used to organized contacts in more detail than Palm's built-in appl. Web page says it's works on 650s. Pros? Cons? Opinions?

    [HTML]http://www.chapura.com/keysuite.php[/HTML]
    I've had it for a while and like it a lot. Very easy to keep track of multiple calendars (e.g., work vs. personal) and also manages the multitude of Outlook fields that the Palm contact list can't
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    Works great! Only problem is the size because it uses it's own database. Because of that I went back to the palm sync with Outlook. The only part I actually miss is the "company" lookup, But I can't justify the space for that one reason, I used the "agenda" view for the calendar, but the 650 has that now also.
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    The main advantage is if you have sub-folders in Outlook. Otherwise, you can use the Chapura conduit that comes with the 650 to hotsync with Outlook.

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