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Importing Palm Address Book and Calendar into Lotus Notes

All,

I have a user that is transitioning from a Palm, to a blackberry connected to our corporate blackberry server for Lotus Notes. This user, did not use the Lotus calendar, or address book, rather only used Lotus for E-mail. I need to get the address book and calendar appointments imported into Lotus. I have exported from palm software and created what appear to be proprietary export files. Has any one made this transition and if so, how did you make it a smooth one?

-sysbw
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Bozzie4Commented:
See if you can download Lotus Easysync somewhere (ask your business partner, they can get you a copy for 'evaluation purposes'.  That will connect to your Palm, and you will be able to extract the data to a Notes database.  

cheers,

Tom
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sysbw1Author Commented:
Both very good points. I have used the ez-sync software before, never thought to use it for export :) Thanks! Sometimes I need a good kick in the head.
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