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Topic # 4803 29-Aug-2005 12:48
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Is there anyway a Harrier PDA on a Telecom plan can be synced to a Mac Powerbook on OSX 10.3.

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Reply # 19272 29-Aug-2005 14:09
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Oto-Kiwi: Is there anyway a Harrier PDA on a Telecom plan can be synced to a Mac Powerbook on OSX 10.3.

Hi Oto-Kiwi, welcome to Geekzone.

Your query relates to Windows Mobile devices in general, and is not specific to Telecoms Harrier - this is a good thing as I would say there are plenty of solutions. Lets have a quick Google search shall we....

... done. It revealed an evil number of search results (666,000):

I dont have a Mac (yet) so I cant comment on whats hot and whats not - hopefully somebody else here can?

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  Reply # 19321 30-Aug-2005 09:31
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Check out - now i haven't tried it with the harrier but its usually does the job.


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Reply # 19327 30-Aug-2005 11:29
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There are quite a few options:

  • The Missing Sync
  • PocketMac Lite
  • PocketMac Pro

    Haven't tried any, but they all seem to work ok according to reviews...

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