PDA Sync enables synchronization with Lotus Notes, ACT, or Organizer. You can also synchronize multiple mobile devices to a single PC application and synchronize a single mobile device to multiple computers. You can also transfer data from one PC application to another and keep two applications in sync. The flexibility of PDAsync makes it the solution for every environment. local sync solution for all popular
LapLink’s pres release reads Laplink the leader in synchronization technology announces the next generation of its PDA synchronization application
PDAsync 3.0 synchronizes: your contacts, calendar, tasks, email, and notes, between your mobile devices and popular applications on your desktop/notebook. Laplink’s new PDAsync is a powerful synchronization tool that provides more functionality and compatibility than using Palm Hotsync or MS ActiveSync alone.
PDAsync uses the underlying connection software to make new things possible, like allowing email transfers that were otherwise not possible.
“Laplink PDAsync is perfect for Pocket PC and Palm users who wish to synchronize with Outlook, Lotus Notes, Lotus Organizer, or ACT,” said Thomas Koll, CEO Laplink Software Inc. “Once people start using PDAsync they will wonder why they didn’t have this program sooner.”
PDAsync 3.0 now also supports, Pocket PC 2003, Microsoft Outlook 2003, Lotus Notes 6.5 and selected Sony Ericsson mobile phones.
The product is very easy to use. For power users there are advanced filters and mappings to give maximum control over how data is moved.
Laplink PDAsync is available for $59.95 downloaded from the Laplink website at www.laplink.com or can be ordered by calling (800) LAP-LINK. Included with your purchase is free email and online chat support.
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