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Windows Pocket PC (2003) and OS X

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Does anyone have any experience syncing a Pocket PC (like an iPaq) running the 2003 version of Windows with OS X (Panther)?
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I've only done a Palm -- it was fairly straight forward to just get the Palm working -- more involved if you want to sync with iCal etc

1 - Go to your device makers web site and see if they have a mac desktop/sync down load and install ---- it would be more up to date than the one on your CDROM

2 - Then just hook up device and sync

It was that easy w the Palm
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You have to purchase some software like The Missing Sync for Pocket PC to be able to sync your pocket pc with your mac.
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anyone know if the new tiger os will allow pocket pc's to sync out of the box?
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Originally Posted by mdavis71
anyone know if the new tiger os will allow pocket pc's to sync out of the box?
No, it doesn't.
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There is another program you can use, just called PocketMac the advantage is that you can buy it in modules accordingto what do you want/need to use. I also have a PocketPC 2003 (Toshiba e755) but since i have my iBook i haven't been used it as much as i use to do, so i just keep it sync with my desktop pc. I haven't tried any of those programs, so please let me know how it works.
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