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    PDA compatible with Outlook 2010

    Need to know if there's anyone that as a PDA device that is compatible with Outlook 2010, either out the box or through a simple software update.

    Currently, my supervisor has a Palm TX and even with Palm's latest software, it does not work. Many have been successful and using a hex editor to mask Office 2010 as 2007, but it didn't work for others...me included.

    Note: PDA only. No smartphone suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveLord View Post
    Need to know if there's anyone that as a PDA device that is compatible with Outlook 2010, either out the box or through a simple software update.

    Currently, my supervisor has a Palm TX and even with Palm's latest software, it does not work. Many have been successful and using a hex editor to mask Office 2010 as 2007, but it didn't work for others...me included.

    Note: PDA only. No smartphone suggestions.
    Do they even sell PDAs anymore?

    I use an app called 2DO with iPhone, and it has an Outlook sync connector. Works tolerable good if you lower your expectations.

    I'd wait for WinPhone7.

    I guess you could get an IPod Touch.

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    Any PDA running Windows Mobile 6.x (such as the HP ipaq 211 ) will be able to synch with Outlook 2010 using Windows Mobile Device Center.

    Why not use a smatphone, however? You don't have to use the phone services and you can get a good one, such as the HTC Touch/ Touch Diamond cheaper than a PDA. It will out-perform stand-alone PDAs and has the same capabilities.
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