Thanks MacGuru. I saw that too, but it seemed to be fine tuned for Jaguar and people were having problems getting it working with Panther.<br><br>I did find this that was quite helpful and I got it to work: http://www.technohappymeal.com/archives/000070.html<br><br>Ivan, to answer your question: I specifically wanted to use it to test Websites that I'm developing for a palmOne client to see how they'd look and behave on a wireless device—so I needed my T3 to be able to connect to my local server. I achieved that by setting up a PPP BlueTooth service on the laptop that the PDA could use to connect to Web services. But MacGuru's point is valid too—it's a lot more convenient to look up the phone number of the local pizza delivery from a PDA than it is a laptop. <br><br>
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