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KeySuite for Palm
Posted on 25-May-2004 07:13 | Tags Filed under: Software


KeySuite for Palm
KeySuite goes beyond the built-in Palm OS applications for personal information management and is a convenient companion to Microsoft Outlook for your Palm Powered handheld.

KeySuite software eliminates the need to reorganize, rename and revise information in Microsoft Outlook Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Notes in order to meet the limitations of the built-in Palm OS Date Book, Address Book, To Do List and Memo Pad.

KeySuite software, the convenient alternative to the Palm handheld applications, is essential for individuals relying on Microsoft Outlook for their daily personal and business productivity.

  • Support for high-resolution (320 x 480 pixel) handhelds means you can see more of your important Outlook Information on the screen at once.
  • Any Folders, Including Public Folders and Subfolders: Synchronizing folders in Outlook with folders on the handheld makes it easy to find and update information wherever you are, since data is organized the same way in both places.
  • Multiple Categories: Store items in over 250 categories in each folder on the handheld, just like you can in Outlook. Keep categories consistent between both places to quickly organize, sort and find information on your handheld.
  • Contact Linking: View and create contact links on the handheld to associate people with other contacts, events, tasks and notes.
  • More Fields: Carry more Outlook Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Notes fields on your handheld with KeySuite applications than you can in the built-in Palm applications. Don?t leave key details behind on your desktop.
  • Multiple PCs: Synchronizing multiple PCs (like your office and home PCs) with KeySuite helps you keep business and personal information together on the handheld but neatly organized in separate folders.
  • Easy to Use: KeySuite software combines the comprehensiveness of Outlook with the uncluttered, intuitive interface of the Palm OS. Access data with minimal taps. Use of navigator devices and tap dialing is simple.
  • Synchronize all 19 phone numbers, all three e-mail addresses, all three street addresses and many more of the important fields in Outlook.
  • Chapura Smart Look Up feature searches fields that may not even be displayed, including the first name, last name, company name and File As fields, to help you find contacts whose name or company name you may not remember.
  • Notes associated with contacts on the handheld may be up to 32 KB in size, compared to the 4 KB note size allowed in the Palm Address Book.
  • Includes Palm Quick Look Up to enable hassle-free, no-tap searches on five-way navigator devices, like the palmOne Treo 600.
  • Easily transfer contact records between handhelds via beaming or Bluetooth.


  • More information: http://www.chapura.com...




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