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    Outlook Palm Sync Select Dates (Outlook XP, Palm 4.01 Treo)

    My sync of the calendar from my outlook xp to my palm which is actually a Sprint Handspring Treo with Palm OS 4.01 takes 10 minutes because it syncs 3 yars of data.
    Is there some program or utility that will allow you to limit the sync / overwrite of the palm to say the past week and the next week so it should be very swift and useable. I know I could archive the data but I hate dealing with archives
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    Re: Outlook Palm Sync Select Dates (Outlook XP, Palm 4.01 Treo)

    You could archive your old data,so it's not in the folder. Otherwise it depends on your sync. software. Some give you this kind of control; some don't. What are you using on top of Hotsync?

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    Re: Outlook Palm Sync Select Dates (Outlook XP, Palm 4.01 Treo)

    I dont like to archive to hard juggling archive files.
    I am using the palm software to sync.
    Some one recommended XTNDConnect PC* (formerly known as Enterprise Harmony `99) 3.1 as this is supposed to use dates.
    No trial version

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    Re: Outlook Palm Sync Select Dates (Outlook XP, Palm 4.01 Treo)

    Hotsync by itself doesn't provide control over date range, as you know. Add-on products like Intellisync, DeskTop2Go and XTND do give you that option. Look on the CD that came with your Palm. At different times they sometimes packaged Intellisync or PocketMirror for free. But any of these products would do what you need.

    We use the server version of XTND at work, and are very pleased with it. But I don't know anyone who's used the PC version.

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