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Topic # 12428 16-Mar-2007 18:55
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Greetings

does anyone know of a program that will let you talk (typing text) into a pocket pc and sending that to a desktop computer through a direct link ie not using the internet, either through wifi or bluetooth, and also letting the desktop computer user talk back to the pocket pc.

Hope this makes sense have searched and searched the internet and have not found anything

many thanks

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  Reply # 63979 16-Mar-2007 21:42
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maybe a jabber server on the local network? you would need to find a client for the pocket pc, but im sure there are some.




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  Reply # 63980 16-Mar-2007 21:53
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thanks for that

sorry but whats a jabber server, am fairly technically minded but am always learning new things etc sorry



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