JUST TO LET YOU KNOW HOW I AM USING LOTUS NOTES, in case someone finds this of help:
PC: Fujitsu P2100 / 512 RAM / 60GB HD / W2k / Lotus Notes 6.5.4 for corporate email, ToDos and Calendar / Outlook 2003 for personal email accounts.
Zaurus: SL-5500, TKC ROM 1 as base with Cacko Latest on top. Using Intellisync for ROM 3 (latest for this model I believe).
2. Lotus Notes, Outlook and Zaurus Intellysinc all set up normally, Intellysync set up to sync with outlook, no problem here.
3. I got an application called DoubleLook from CompanionLink Software Inc. that basically does replication between outlook and other software, from what I remember, it does Palm, Lotus NOtes, Act Goldmine. So I installed this and basically set up Companion Link to sync with the local copy of the LN database of my mail. I guess It could work with any NSF that has calendaring and ToDo's. The email I am using to sync is my personal accounts, no sync here. The URL of companion link is:http://www.companionlink.com/
, some info from the site follows (I am not promoting, it has just worked very well for me so far, for my needs... ):
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CompanionLink Software, Inc. is a leading provider of synchronization solutions for PDA, handheld organizers and ASP providers. Our products are the best synchronization solutions for ACT!™, GoldMine™, Lotus™ Notes and Microsoft™ Outlook users that need to extend the power of their CRM solution to their Personal Digital Assistant. Our software is compatible with all Pocket PC™, Palm OS™ and BlackBerry Wireless™ handheld devices.
CompanionLink Software is also a leading provider of web-based synchronization for Web-based calendar and contact providers. CompanionLink provides complete service, not just a toolkit. With our solution our OEM partner creates a small and simple data API. CompanionLink then creates a complete sync client that any user can download to synchronize Palm, Outlook and Pocket PC with the Web-based PIM. At 2.5MB in size, our client is the smallest, fastest and most up-to-date in the industry.
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hope someone finds this of help
Regards from the Tropics
San Jose, Costa Rica