choosing what is synchronized

Discussion in 'Sync (Mac and Linux/Palm OS)' started by csonni, Sep 14, 2007.

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  1. csonni

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    No. I don't believe that was/is an option for Mac platforms.
     
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    Just checked and realized there is a Mac desktop version. Will try the Trial and see how it goes. Thanks.
     
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    That would complicate things; another Mac user will have to speak to this.
     
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    OK. I downloaded and installed DocTOGo for Mac. Did a hot sync. I don't see my docs in the DocsToGo window, though.
     
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    Thread moved to Sync (Mac and Linux/PalmOS) forum. Hopefully this will attract more members with Mac experience to share.
     
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    I'm all set. After reading a bit I can now see my documents in my Documents folder (of course). Thank you.
     
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    Glad that you were able to get sorted out. :)
     
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