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    Ok guys...

    1st. Sorry for the “misspell.... Trio instead of Treo..”
    2nd. Thanks for your comments and the alternatives.
    3rd. Main problem:

    a) I have gathered so much information on my "Palm Desktop" over the
    years that it is hard to retype to outlook or other program.

    b) I'm aware that there are several programs that would probably
    Synch. Data, but it would do it once and no chance of going back
    and forward between my laptop and my PRE.

    c) I’m an engineer and I do handle important data which could affect
    my company if someone has access to it, so I believe we have the
    right to choose…either synch directly or through one of those
    servers, but Palm should give us the option.

    d) I travel around the world and there are some countries in which
    internet access is limited, so you only have the option of updating
    data through a direct connection.

    e) How many times have we heard that “Facebook has been broken?”
    Why take the risk? I really believe that palm should consider the
    wish of traditional customers.

    f) Palm has agreed to provide the option if many people request it.
    So why not try it?

    4. Don’t take me wrong I do love what Palm has come up with, it’s just that it could be better.

    I hope this clears up the subject a little better….


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    have you looked into using classic and doing desktop sync. Just leave it open and use classic for PIM/data and webos for more advanced functions, media and browsing.
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    First, you presently have the ability to import all that data from your Palm Desktop or Outlook to your Pre now. It's called Data Migration Tool!

    And second, as I stated in your other thread, not sure why you started a new thread, but I stated, just use one of the third party apps that are out there.

    If you are that insecure about your data, and I don't find any reason to mock you on that, it's a personal thing, you can now sync to your computer with one of these products, perfectly.

    I said I like PocketMirror, so why are you talking about this.

    Why does Palm have to spend time in doing this when they could be doing more important stuff for us. Like we are finally going to get Video Recording which a lot of us have been waiting for.

    You say if a lot people want this we could push Palm into it. Well, I'm very happy with PocketMirror and I don't what the point is in having Palm to do this as well. It's done! It's there!

    Try it!

    Robert L
    Astoria Queens, N.Y.C
    - Palm Pre (Sprint) - formally Palm Treo 650
    Sprint Configuration 2.3
    Model: P100EWW
    Hardware Version: A
    Firmware: CC1.4(510)

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    Nevermind... not even going to bother.
    Last edited by Rudementry; 01/11/2010 at 11:36 PM.
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    The bottom line is, if you're that insecure about the storage options of the Pre, you should find a phone that has storage options that suit you.
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    Well, Palm just allowed native apps, which will make this a lot easier for someone to make if Palm doesn't.
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    See: The Missing Sync or Pocket Mirror

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