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  1. #1
    Rich
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    Is there any vision program/product that allows you to share a online
    to do list?

    I run a business with my wife and currently I keep my to do list on my
    ipaq sync it with outlook. To give my wife a copy I print it from
    outlook in to pdf and email my wife the pdf daily. she does not want
    to carry a second device like a ipaq. But this means that anything
    that gets added to the to do list after I print it doesnt get picked
    up till the next day.

    I was wondering if there was a way to sync the to do lists with our
    phones. It appears in some version of vision you can sync with
    outlook. Does the outlook syncing include "to do" lists and can two
    phones sync to the same list?



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  2. #2
    letsgoflyers81
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision


    Rich wrote:
    > *Is there any vision program/product that allows you to share a
    > online
    > to do list?
    >
    > I run a business with my wife and currently I keep my to do list on
    > my
    > ipaq sync it with outlook. To give my wife a copy I print it from
    > outlook in to pdf and email my wife the pdf daily. she does not
    > want
    > to carry a second device like a ipaq. But this means that anything
    > that gets added to the to do list after I print it doesnt get picked
    > up till the next day.
    >
    > I was wondering if there was a way to sync the to do lists with our
    > phones. It appears in some version of vision you can sync with
    > outlook. Does the outlook syncing include "to do" lists and can two
    > phones sync to the same list? *


    What phones do you have?

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  3. #3
    Richard Zellmer
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision

    I dont have any phones yet but looking to buy phones that would allow me to
    do this
    Rich

    "letsgoflyers81" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > Rich wrote:
    > > *Is there any vision program/product that allows you to share a
    > > online
    > > to do list?
    > >
    > > I run a business with my wife and currently I keep my to do list on
    > > my
    > > ipaq sync it with outlook. To give my wife a copy I print it from
    > > outlook in to pdf and email my wife the pdf daily. she does not
    > > want
    > > to carry a second device like a ipaq. But this means that anything
    > > that gets added to the to do list after I print it doesnt get picked
    > > up till the next day.
    > >
    > > I was wondering if there was a way to sync the to do lists with our
    > > phones. It appears in some version of vision you can sync with
    > > outlook. Does the outlook syncing include "to do" lists and can two
    > > phones sync to the same list? *

    >
    > What phones do you have?
    >
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  4. #4
    Phillipe
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Richard Zellmer" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I dont have any phones yet but looking to buy phones that would allow me to
    > do this
    > Rich
    >
    > "letsgoflyers81" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > Rich wrote:
    > > > *Is there any vision program/product that allows you to share a
    > > > online
    > > > to do list?
    > > >
    > > > I run a business with my wife and currently I keep my to do list on
    > > > my
    > > > ipaq sync it with outlook. To give my wife a copy I print it from
    > > > outlook in to pdf and email my wife the pdf daily. she does not
    > > > want
    > > > to carry a second device like a ipaq. But this means that anything
    > > > that gets added to the to do list after I print it doesnt get picked
    > > > up till the next day.
    > > >
    > > > I was wondering if there was a way to sync the to do lists with our
    > > > phones. It appears in some version of vision you can sync with
    > > > outlook. Does the outlook syncing include "to do" lists and can two
    > > > phones sync to the same list? *

    > >
    > > What phones do you have?



    The most elegant way would be to get PDA phones like the Samsung I330 or
    I500, and then sign up for "PCS Business ConnectionSM Personal Edition",
    which will allow the PDA phone to synch with Outlook or Palm Desktop
    to-do-list. Its not cheap to go that route, perhaps letsgoflyers81 knows
    of a methodology with more standard phones.



  5. #5
    letsgoflyers81
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision


    Richard Zellmer wrote:
    > *I dont have any phones yet but looking to buy phones that would
    > allow me to
    > do this
    > Rich
    > *


    I'm not sure about regular phones, but Palm and PPC phones can sync
    with Outlook to share contacts, calender, to do list, memos, etc. This
    way, you can share all the lists with your computer and other Palm/PPC
    phones.

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  6. #6
    letsgoflyers81
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision


    Phillipe wrote:
    > *
    > The most elegant way would be to get PDA phones like the Samsung I330
    > or
    > I500, and then sign up for "PCS Business ConnectionSM Personal
    > Edition",
    > which will allow the PDA phone to synch with Outlook or Palm Desktop
    > to-do-list. Its not cheap to go that route, perhaps letsgoflyers81
    > knows
    > of a methodology with more standard phones. *


    Like I said, I don't know how with regular phones. SnapSync from
    FutureDial will sync contact lists, but that's it. You don't need the
    Business Connection to sync with Palm/PPC to Outlook or the Palm
    desktop. You can do it via USB, and IR. I don't know for sure about
    PPC, but Palms (i300, i330, i500, Treo 300, upcoming Treo 600) can sync
    wirelessly over Sprint's network, I do it all the time myself.

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  7. #7
    Richard Zellmer
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision

    When you use the Treo what software do you use on the computer the desktop
    to sync via the sprint pcs network?

    Since my exchange server is behind a firewall I assume I need some middle
    software


    "letsgoflyers81" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > Phillipe wrote:
    > > *
    > > The most elegant way would be to get PDA phones like the Samsung I330
    > > or
    > > I500, and then sign up for "PCS Business ConnectionSM Personal
    > > Edition",
    > > which will allow the PDA phone to synch with Outlook or Palm Desktop
    > > to-do-list. Its not cheap to go that route, perhaps letsgoflyers81
    > > knows
    > > of a methodology with more standard phones. *

    >
    > Like I said, I don't know how with regular phones. SnapSync from
    > FutureDial will sync contact lists, but that's it. You don't need the
    > Business Connection to sync with Palm/PPC to Outlook or the Palm
    > desktop. You can do it via USB, and IR. I don't know for sure about
    > PPC, but Palms (i300, i330, i500, Treo 300, upcoming Treo 600) can sync
    > wirelessly over Sprint's network, I do it all the time myself.
    >
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  8. #8
    letsgoflyers81
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision


    Richard Zellmer wrote:
    > *When you use the Treo what software do you use on the computer the
    > desktop
    > to sync via the sprint pcs network?
    >
    > Since my exchange server is behind a firewall I assume I need some
    > middle
    > software
    > *


    The Treo comes with its "hotsync" software with allows the Treo to back
    up its contents on the computer and sync with Outlook for contacts,
    memos, to do lists, etc. You can sync by USB or IR so a firewall won't
    be an issue. With a network sync, you can set your firewall to allow
    the Treo to sync, that's what I did. To my knowledge, it won't sync
    e-mail. There are many Palm clients for POP e-mail but they won't
    handle exchange servers. If that's what you need, the Professional
    Vision Pack will give you access to exchange servers, and you should be
    able to set your firewall to allow you access.

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  9. #9
    sheureka
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision


    You can sync your tasks and calendar with Outlook using Intellisync for
    MSN. Then you just access your MSN calendar on MSN on the phone. It's
    available (free) on the MSN Mobile website. - sheureka

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  10. #10
    Phillipe
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision

    In article <[email protected]>,
    letsgoflyers81 <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > Richard Zellmer wrote:
    > > *When you use the Treo what software do you use on the computer the
    > > desktop
    > > to sync via the sprint pcs network?
    > >
    > > Since my exchange server is behind a firewall I assume I need some
    > > middle
    > > software
    > > *

    >
    > The Treo comes with its "hotsync" software with allows the Treo to back
    > up its contents on the computer and sync with Outlook for contacts,
    > memos, to do lists, etc. You can sync by USB or IR so a firewall won't
    > be an issue. With a network sync, you can set your firewall to allow
    > the Treo to sync, that's what I did. To my knowledge, it won't sync
    > e-mail. There are many Palm clients for POP e-mail but they won't
    > handle exchange servers. If that's what you need, the Professional
    > Vision Pack will give you access to exchange servers, and you should be
    > able to set your firewall to allow you access.


    Many Exchange Server Manager don't allow Pop email as that function is
    buggy.



  11. #11
    Robert Oliver
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision

    [email protected] (Rich) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Is there any vision program/product that allows you to share a online
    > to do list?
    >
    > I run a business with my wife and currently I keep my to do list on my
    > ipaq sync it with outlook. To give my wife a copy I print it from
    > outlook in to pdf and email my wife the pdf daily. she does not want
    > to carry a second device like a ipaq. But this means that anything
    > that gets added to the to do list after I print it doesnt get picked
    > up till the next day.
    >
    > I was wondering if there was a way to sync the to do lists with our
    > phones. It appears in some version of vision you can sync with
    > outlook. Does the outlook syncing include "to do" lists and can two
    > phones sync to the same list?


    I read all the other replies to this post, and they are all way off
    target.

    What you want is one of the Palm phones from Sprint, preferably the
    new SPH-i500 (if you prefer a clamshell phone-first, PDA-second) or
    the older, slower and slightly buggy i330. Anyway, the Palm software
    has a built-in feature called "Network HotSync" that will allow you to
    sync over Vision with a desktop PC at home. As I've posted elsewhere,
    there are caveats:

    o Security: Your data will go flying across the Internet in clear
    text. Palm apparently doesn't think you should HotSync except on
    private networks (and thinks that all private networks, including huge
    corporations, are "secure" inside). Either that or they don't think
    you should worry about your private data flying across the internet.

    o IP addressing: If your ISP at home gives you a static address, you
    are fine. But if it gives you a dynamic IP address that can change --
    you can still do it, but it's a little tricky. Partly, again, because
    Palm apparently thinks you should only sync from your local network.
    And *they* know what's best for you.

    For directions on how to do this, see this thread:
    http://www.pdaphonehome.com/forums/s...&threadid=8168


    Sprint PCS Business Connection was mentioned. This would in a sense be
    "easier" to use because it deals with the dynamic IP problem -- and
    also encrypts your data. However, it only gets you email, "corporate
    address book" and "really slow remote file access." So this doesn't
    really do what you want.



  12. #12
    Phillipe
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    Re: "To do list" syncing via vision

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (Robert Oliver) wrote:

    > What you want is one of the Palm phones from Sprint, preferably the
    > new SPH-i500 (if you prefer a clamshell phone-first, PDA-second) or
    > the older, slower and slightly buggy i330.


    What bugs does the I330 have? If its a known buggy Palm Phone,
    why is Sprint still selling it?



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