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    Has anyone got theis combination to work properly?

    IE - Using MS Money mobile on the Treo 700w to syncy with a version of MS Money on the PC?

    I know there was a compatibility issue with WM5 but don't know if it's been resolved yet now that MS Money 2006 and 2007 are out.

    Anyone?
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    I would also like to know. I am considering getting a couple 700wx's soon but need to know if my fiancee can use Microsoft Money with hers. She uses a Dell Axim right now running WM2003SE but I hear WM5 isn't compatible?
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    MONEY is not compatible w/windows mobile 5.0, and MS is not even trying to correct this at this time. I use quicken, but if you already own MS Money than look into SPB Finance, it claims to sync with Money. But Microsoft Money for Pocket PC will not work, period.
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    What version of Quicken are you using that comes with a mobile version? I'm currently using Quicken 2005 on my desktop.

    Greg
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    Money 2006 and prior will only work with a WM2003 device. WM5 is not compatible.

    Money 2007 will not work with anything (including WM2003).


    I think it sucks that Microsoft took this feature out. But you know they were thinking "Security" when they removed this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GregE View Post
    What version of Quicken are you using that comes with a mobile version? I'm currently using Quicken 2005 on my desktop.

    Greg
    2007 works fine. the new pocket Quicken supports 2005 also I believe.
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    According to Landware.com:

    Mobile Quicken™ - Stand Alone or Connect with a Click

    Now it's easy to keep your financial information complete, accurate and up-to-date wherever you go. Skip the monthly receipt-typing chore by effortlessly capturing everyday transactions directly on your handheld or Smartphone.

    Pocket Quicken configures itself to best suit your needs. If you want to use Pocket Quicken as a stand alone finance application it can instantly set up a standard set of categories, currencies and accounts with a single button tap and begin to operate as your sole finance manager*.

    If instead you have Quicken running on your Macintosh or Windows computer, then it becomes a true mobile companion and provides excellent connectivity via the built-in Synchronization technology. Transferring data is quick and hassle free — just press the Sync button. Pocket Quicken makes it easy to keep your finances organized, and is the only handheld solution to sync with Quicken 2005, 2006 and 2007. <----- <-----

    So yeah, 2005 is supported
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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlepat View Post
    According to Landware.com:
    So it is not an application from Quicken themselves but a 3rd party application. That right?
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    http://quicken.intuit.com/quicken-pr...=null&sub=null

    Pocket quicken is listed on their website, it is supported by them, but landware created it (I assume)

    The link for it goes to www.pocketquicken.com

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