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FinchSync for Mozilla

Those of you who spend enough time with me by now will know that I’m a bit of a fan of Mozilla and in particular like most of the world at the moment – Firefox.

I’d love to switch to all Mozilla products, but until now have been unable to do so… Why I hear you ask?

The answer is simple, my PDA – admittedly I don’t use it as much as I should – maybe I would if it was a little more stable, it’s certainly more stable since I upgraded the ROM on it to WM5. Apparently there are even faster ROMs out there now I may download one later today (when I’ve charged the damned thing up due to lack of use!).

I need my documents and my contacts to be able to sync with the PDA, now I’m going to make the challenge just a little bit harder, it needs to sync with Outlook at work and Mozilla at home (alright, I’ll accept Mozilla at both ends if needs be!).

Looks like FinchSync may be the way forward (at least from a tasks/contacts/calendar point of view)?

This entry was posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2007 at 2:28 pm and is filed under PDA. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

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  1. […] At the web and server end of the blog, there’s a lot of discussion about CSS styles (removing unused styles), convert2maildir (mbox to maildir) and mytop. Outlook Error codes seem to be one of the biggest hitters still as people suffer so many problems, personally I’ve switched to Thunderbird and wouldn’t switch back – the only problem is the lack of syncing ability in Thunderbird. […]

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