Okay, so today we picked up our new Palm Pre's, not clear on how we are going to be able to sync? Do we have the NowX server module yet? And if so any suggestions on how we can sync. I really don't want to have to use Address or ICal.
It's unclear right now how best to sync the Palm Pre. Palm has decided not support the old Palm Desktop application on the Macintosh for the Pre (where Now Up-to-Date & Contact would have synced with Palm conduits). Nor, does it seem are they supporting any kind of direct sync with AddressBook and iCal, so sync services is not supported.
Now X server is not available yet, but even if it were, because Palm isn't supporting sync services with the Pre, Now X will not sync with the Pre yet.
Because none of us here are on Sprint, we don't have a Pre to play with yet, but without promising anything, we'll be investigating further on ways to bridge the gap.
_________________________ Sean Boiarski Product Manager, Now Software
Thanks for the responses. We are currently using the iCal/Google option, but I went to MarkSpace.com (because we love missingsync) and they have announced that they'll be releasing a missingsync for the Pre and Mac real soon -- yeah! My server question has more to do with internal usage, since I'm still using NUD/NUC and all our calendars are hooked up to the Now Server module, I've been dying to test this module out for NowX.
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