Well, it's the "bit of fiddling" that I'm not willing to support on a large scale.
Let's also not forget that the version of Oracle calendar we're running is also obsolete, along with the calendar sync conduits, etc.
Feel free to run it till it dies, but please make sure that you have a migration plan ready to implement when it does.
On Feb 5, 2010, at 5:37 PM, Marc Farnum Rendino wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 2:31 PM, Andrew Hendrickson
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Palm Desktop is incompatible with the most recent versions of MacOS and Windows, I believe. So, you may be able to replace the device indefinitely with ebay hardware, but the software is going to be unusable in the near future.
>> From the FWIW Department:
> I've been running Palm Desktop V4.2.1 for some time, through many
> versions of Mac OS X (now Snow Leopard / 10.6), to sync with a few
> different models of Palm. (ex: Palm m505 and Kyocera 7135 - which I
> use now; best thing out there, aside from an iPhone. :)
> It's taken a bit of fiddling, though it is possible and works well.
> Your point is well taken; it's not *officially* supported and it's a
> technology dead end - though I don't foresee it breaking any time soon
> and it's got decent functionality.
> - Marc