Right, it is cheaper. My personal experience was not so favorable.
the masses in our corporation. Hence, we went with Puma's product.
> A friend of mine says that after a bit of tweaking, SyncWise works well,
> cheaper, AND does e-mail. I have little personal experience with a
network so I
> can only rely on his opinion, but I do know that you can at least preview
> of SyncWise (you can't do that with Intellisync) and it gets 4 Airplanes
> the Pilot Zone.
> > If you are going to sync with GroupWise 5.5, it is the ONLY solution.
> > is SyncWise but my experience with it has not been ideal. With
> > you will be able to sync calendar.... email has a few bugs in it.
> > you are wanting Intellisync for other PIMs (except ACT, previous poster
> > indicated this was an exclusive solution) go with PocketMirror.
> > Even though I am not thrilled with the product, it is a vital link to my
> > business schedule and its use transcends having to keep three different
> > schedules..... as I mentioned in other post, the Palm V I am using
> > link home and office. My experience was favorable enough that we
> > our IS department to purchase a site license and we are installing onto
> > desktops for CE and Palm users. They support this interface only....
> > if an individual has purchased their own Palm.
> > A newer release to Puma's Intellisync is in the works that will give
> > email synch. The reality is I don't think I want to put company email
> > Palm V. Rather, I would prefer to carry personal email from home,
> > throughout the day, and send/receive when I get back to my SOHO at the
> > of the day. Putting my company email on my Palm would muddy this up.
> > Unless there is a way to divide the mail accounts and have separate
> > depending on locale (home vs office).
> > If you do purchase, get the premium service, which will entitle you to
> > upgrades. Also, if you "buy in bulk" the Gold package includes
> > Forms... an excellent program. If you sync at work using Intellisync
> > Groupwise 5.5, bear in mind you do not need Intellisync at home.... if
> > instance you are using Outlook at home with PocketMirror, continue using
> > as before. Consider getting UnDupe, too.
> > Feel free to drop me a line if more questions or help in install.
> > jlbowman
> > > A couple of us at my office now have Palm III's and want to sync to
> > > GroupWise 5.5. Since the Palms are our own private purchases, it's a
> > > personal thing and we'd have to purchase IntelliSync ourselves too.
> > > it's our own "want" rather than a "need".
> > > Is it worth the cash? Is it reliable? Is it any good?
> > > --
> > > Ian McGregor
> > > > Unless you are using GroupWise 5.5 there is absolutely no reason to
> > > > Intellisync - it is the only working solution for that platform PIM.
> > > > If you are just using Outlook, stick with PocketMirror. You'll need
> > > > latest version for 2000. It is minimally intrusive - after
> > > it,
> > > > you can almost forget about it.... not the case with Intellisync....
> > also,
> > > a
> > > > bug in Intellisync creates duplicates from time to time, never had
> > > > problem with PocketMirror.
> > > > Unfortunately, I have to use Intellisync at work because our
> > > is
> > > > (foolishly) tied to Novell's GroupWise. Outlook is my preferred PIM
> > I
> > > > use that at my SOHO.
> > > > Cheers!
> > > > > Can the users of either Intellisync or Desktop to Go sync apps,
> > > > > me whether there are any significant differences between the two
> > > > > want to use Outlook2000 and I need a good sync software. How does
> > > > > included PocketMirror fare compared to the above two ? I am using
> > > > > Palm III device.
> > > > > Thanks
> > > > > --
> > > > > Tareq Hijazi
> > > > > Amman, Jordan
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> > > > > Share what you know. Learn what you don't.