Well, what you need is some sort of PIM website which supports the SyncML protocol, and then you need a SyncML client for your Palm.
This is where the money necessarily comes in. There are two SyncML clients for Palm PDA's. There is "Funambol
" and "Synthesis AG
The former is free (for the opensource "Sync4j" project), although after having tested several versions with two different PIM sites, I cannot get it to work, and the settings of controling sync behaviour are limited.
The latter is not free, but having tesed it against the same sites as I have Funambol, it just works, and there are lots more settings to control your synchornisation.
Sites I have used are ScheduleWorld
(free for limited, pay for unlimited). I can reccomend both of these sites. I used ScheduleWorld for a while, but I am planning ot subscribe to MemoToo as it's a much more polished and better featured service.
With both sites, once you have loaded data into your account, you can access an .ics file, which will be readable by many applications, such as Rainlendar.
The only other alternative I can suggest to you, is that you use the Hotsync conduit supplied with your Palm to sync with Outlook (if you have it, or could borrow from a friend who has a windows mobile device), and then you could try out the Funambol client for Outlook (which I have not tried because I don't use Outlook). If that would work for you, you could sign up with ScheduleWorld and grab your .ics file when done.
Post edited by: DaveG, at: 2006/11/12 11:34<br><br>Post edited by: DaveG, at: 2006/11/12 11:37