New ACT! 2005 Sync Client for Palm OS

Sage Software today announced an updated version of ACT! 2005 Link for the Palm OS platform providing two-way data synchronization compatible with the Palm OS Garnet 5.4.

ACT! for Palm OSSynchronization for the devices are part of the latest ACT! 2005 product update now available as a free download for registered users of ACT! 2005 and ACT! 2005 Premium for Workgroups.

The ACT! two-way synchronization features integrate ACT! contact data seamlessly with Palm Powered devices so users can:

  • Synchronize an ACT! database, including contacts, activities, and to- do items to their mobile device - using all contacts or only those selected by specific criteria such as ZIP/Postal Code or ID/Status;
  • Synchronize up to 20 ACT! notes and history items for each contact - choosing which history types to sync;
  • Map ACT! contact data fields and synchronize them directly to Palm OS address book data fields;
  • View daily, weekly, and monthly calendars on their mobile device to display ACT! activities by type including calls, meetings and to-do items;
  • Create and edit contacts in ACT! or on their handheld device - having those records added during the next data synchronization;
  • Set contact access permissions using ACT! workgroup security features.

"ACT! is designed to give people command of their essential prospect and customer data so they can efficiently manage all of the activities that build profitable business relationships," said Joe Bergera, senior vice president and general manager for Sage Software Contact Management Solutions. "Supporting Palm Powered devices provides ACT! users the ability to stay on top of their schedules and sales opportunities whether they are in the office or on the road."

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Don't Do It!!!

Quik_Fix @ 6/6/2005 2:58:00 PM # Q
I already have great pity for anyone who was fooled into upgrading ACT 6 to Act 2005 a.k.a. Act 1.0, the .net nightmare. I have never seen software backslide so viciously. This new program will only work with the Act '05, and should therefore be totally avoided.

I rarely comment here, but this is worth mentioning. Go to CNET's website reviews and see what people have written about ACT 7/ACT 2005....brutal.

Flashback: 1999
Quik_Fix: (looking at IIIxe)So 8 megs is enough?
Salesman: Oh yeah. Believe me, you'll NEVER fill up 8 megs...

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