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  1.    #1  
    Hi there.

    I searched around but couldn't find anything on this topic, so I assume I'm out of luck, but there may be a way. This morning I sent my beloved 650 in for repair, and I am desperately afraid that I won't get a replacement back before I go overseas in a couple of weeks. (The internal headphone jack seems to have come loose and there's no sound from the 650).

    Anyway, I was too lazy to sell my 600 so luckily I have something to fall back to. I wanted to avoid syncing it for the whole time, so it doesn't screw up my configuration on my PC. I found a way to set the hotsync name and get all the essential apps on there without syncing, thanks to filez. The only thing I'm missing is my contacts. Given that I have all the desktop data, my Outlook contacts, and a backupman file from my 650, is there any way to get the data in to the 600 without reconfiguring or reinstalling palm desktop and going through the whole rigamarole? I couldn't find an addressdb.pdb file or anything else like that to try in either the Backup/ folder or in the backupman file.

    Much obliged for any ideas, otherwise, I'll bite the bullet and try and find an installer for the old 600 Palm Desktop.

    -coljac

    P.S. it's pretty hard to go back to the 160x160 screen once you have seen greener pastures.
  2. #2  
    Try this:
    1. Open Palm Desktop, Contacts
    2. Make sure that the category is "All"
    3. Edit/Select All
    4. Edit/Forward as vCard
    5. Send the file to your email address

    Now, this works on a Treo 650 - I don't have a 600 to play with: Fetch mail and open the vCard with your Contacts (Addressbook?) app.
    Last edited by Bill Gamble; 08/18/2005 at 08:48 AM.
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  3.    #3  
    You a very good man.

    Mailing vCards works like a charm. Much obliged!

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