10-26-2006, 11:52 AM
| | Re: Copying contacts
Why not Outlook for Email?
Used to use Thunderbird, but couldn't get it to sync with my Palm, so
switched back to Outlook. Haven't look at Thunderbird in a while, do they
have a conduit for palm yet?
Gerry (The MOTH)
"Brian A" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Thu, 26 Oct 2006 10:29:33 +0100, "Gerry \(The MOTH\)" <Gerry
> (TheMOTH)> wrote:
>>I've found over the years is to sync all my mobiles with Outlook contacts,
>>that way I've always got the latest contacts on my Mobiles and PC.
> I have found that it is possible to use the Nokia PC suite to back up
> contacts and then send that back up to the new phone.
> I have done this from a 6210 to a 7210 and from a 7210 to a 6230i.
> So, try the Nokia PC suite and see if it works - you've nothing to
> lose. I regularly sync to Outlook, thus storing contacts and notes
> whih are then PC editable.. I only use Outlook for this purpose -
> definitely NOT for email - I use Thunderbird for that.
> Messages are synced and stored using the PC Suite also.
> Alternatively, you might try 'Logo Manager'.
> Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.
> 25/10/2006:Symantec charge exactly as much in GB pounds as they do
> in US$ for the same Norton DOWNLOAD.
> It's goodbye Norton - hello free AVG until they stop ripping us off.
> Why should we be ripped off in the UK?