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Topic # 64941 26-Jul-2010 14:03
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Trying to sync my mum's IPAQ rx1950 PDA to her new MAC with Snow Leopard, recommendations? Thanks

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  Reply # 356525 26-Jul-2010 14:04
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You best get this software for Mac: Missing Sync - http://www.markspace.com/




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  Reply # 356527 26-Jul-2010 14:06
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  Reply # 356533 26-Jul-2010 14:12
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Missing Sync has (by-far) a great reputation for getting all smartphones working on Mac. They filled the gap when Microsoft hasn't got the ActiveSync for Mac...

Never used Missing Sync before (no Mac) but I have read the reviews from many PDA sites and they all highly recommending it.




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