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February 26, 2010

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Miriam Robeson

I was forced to abandon Palm for many of the reasons you stated - not available with my cell provider or with features I wanted/needed. I don't like Outlook, but was compelled to adopt it as the "least evil" option available with the technology I wanted. Now, the water is under the bridge, and (very likely) I won't go back to Palm, even if it does become available in the format and on the hardware I use. Still, I miss my old Palm device.

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