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  1. #1
    Stuart Cormie
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    Anyone used this in earnest? Comments would be appreciated.

    I've had a quick look at it, and would be keen to use it if it's
    practical day-to-day, but I've got concerns about its ease of use and
    the maximum number of appointments / tasks that can be entered, for
    instance.

    TIA,

    Stu C



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  2. #2
    Olaf Peuss
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    Re: T39's Calendar / Task Manager -- any good?

    "Stuart Cormie" wrote:

    > Anyone used this in earnest? Comments would be appreciated.
    >
    > I've had a quick look at it, and would be keen to use it if it's
    > practical day-to-day, but I've got concerns about its ease of use and
    > the maximum number of appointments / tasks that can be entered, for
    > instance.


    Easy to use if you happen to use Outlook and XTND Connect PC (the latter
    comes on the CD-ROM supplied with your T39m or can be downloaded from
    SonyEricsson's website). Just enter your tasks and appointments in Outlook
    and sync them with your phone. The maximum number of entries (tasks and
    appointments) is approx. 250 but it needs to be noted that recurring events
    in Outlook aren't supported by the T39, i.e. the phone transforms one
    recurring event in OL into multiple single events in the phone, which is a
    bit of a bummer when editing or deleting entries in the phone's calendar.

    It definitely isn't a substitute for a decent PDA. So if you need to manage
    multiple appointments, huge task lists and addresses etc., forget the T39
    for that and get yourself a Palm or something in that class.

    HTH.


    Kind regards,
    Olaf

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  3. #3
    carmoda
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    Re: T39's Calendar / Task Manager -- any good?

    well, i did indeed replace my palm pilot with a T39m 18 months ago.
    i decided to pair the t39 with a small entry level ThinkPad, rather than
    spend the money to get a P800 at the time.
    well, i currently use a T610 and the herementioned laptop, but i don't think
    i will be bale to hold off on a P900 when they come out.

    "Olaf Peuss" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Stuart Cormie" wrote:
    >
    > > Anyone used this in earnest? Comments would be appreciated.
    > >
    > > I've had a quick look at it, and would be keen to use it if it's
    > > practical day-to-day, but I've got concerns about its ease of use and
    > > the maximum number of appointments / tasks that can be entered, for
    > > instance.

    >
    > Easy to use if you happen to use Outlook and XTND Connect PC (the latter
    > comes on the CD-ROM supplied with your T39m or can be downloaded from
    > SonyEricsson's website). Just enter your tasks and appointments in Outlook
    > and sync them with your phone. The maximum number of entries (tasks and
    > appointments) is approx. 250 but it needs to be noted that recurring

    events
    > in Outlook aren't supported by the T39, i.e. the phone transforms one
    > recurring event in OL into multiple single events in the phone, which is a
    > bit of a bummer when editing or deleting entries in the phone's calendar.
    >
    > It definitely isn't a substitute for a decent PDA. So if you need to

    manage
    > multiple appointments, huge task lists and addresses etc., forget the T39
    > for that and get yourself a Palm or something in that class.
    >
    > HTH.
    >
    >
    > Kind regards,
    > Olaf
    >
    > Use only "reply to" address for e-mail, please!
    > Messages to "from" address will be deleted unread.
    >






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