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  1. #1
    Gabor
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    Does anyone know of a program that will let me edit or work on a
    calendar on the PC and then transfer the results to the Sanyo 8100 via
    a data cable?



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  2. #2
    Peterbilt
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    Re: Sanyo 8100 Calendar

    http://www.susteen.com/shop1_sanyo8100.htm

    Unfortunately that is one of the two features you can't do on the 8100 from
    what I know of. The product above has a phone book manager, Internet Data
    Connect, Ring Composer and Image Editor but now SMS Manager and Calendar
    Support.

    "Gabor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Does anyone know of a program that will let me edit or work on a
    > calendar on the PC and then transfer the results to the Sanyo 8100 via
    > a data cable?






  3. #3
    wf
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    Re: Sanyo 8100 Calendar

    Gabor <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Does anyone know of a program that will let me edit or work
    > on a calendar on the PC and then transfer the results to the
    > Sanyo 8100 via a data cable?


    It's pretty hard to transfer anything using the data cable. You
    either need proprietary software (like FutureDial's) or you have to
    reverse engineer the protocol. Sprint won't provide details to the
    general public.

    Of course, it's easy to do what you are asking using any of the PDA
    phones. You may want to consider a Handspring or PocketPC type of
    phone.

    Baring that, it depends on what you mean by "transfer the results" to
    your 8100. You could, for example, send all of your appointments to
    your phone as text messages. The phone will store the messages for
    later reference. That doesn't get them into the calendar on your
    phone, but it at least gets the data into your phone.

    You may consider using an on-line service like Yahoo. They provide
    free software to sync your Yahoo calendar with Outlook and then they
    will send text messages to your phone (based on your calendar) to
    remind you of meetings. So, the data is not on your phone but your
    phone will beep a reminder 15 minutes before your appointment. That
    is the point after all, right?

    You can also use the wap browser in your phone to view your Yahoo
    calendar online. Again the data isn't stored in your phone, but you
    can still browse through the events you entered on your PC.

    The next step would be to use a J2ME calendar MIDlet on your 8100.
    You could transfer data into it over the air. You would create
    appointments on your PC, upload the data to a server someplace, then
    your phone would download the data into your calendar MIDlet. I don't
    know of any software like that currently available, but you could
    certainly write something to do the job.

    Regards,
    William Frantz
    http://www.sprintdevelopers.com



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