Monthly Archives: December 2010

Droid X Went Back Today

Despite the very beautiful screen, and the excellent features of TouchDown for Exchange, Android 2.2 as a whole was somewhat underwhelming. And I still would like to have a physical keyboard. So in the near future I will once again … Continue reading

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I Think I’ve Got a Meeting

Appointments and Reminders I often say, not completely in jest, that if my phone doesn’t chime, I’m not going to be at your meeting. It’s easy for me to become completely immersed in a project and lose track of time, … Continue reading

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Email: The Little Things

Secondary Email Features Of course every mail client must retrieve and send email in a timely manner. Productivity is influenced by other factors, such as the speed and convenience of data entry.

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Exchange Mail on the Droid X

Application Numero Uno I spend a lot of time reading emails on my phone. I also move them into folders, reply, and forward all the time. Windows Mobile 6.1 was, naturally, well adapted to working with Microsoft’s Exchange server. One … Continue reading

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Rebuilding the Treo

Windows Mobile crashed hard. The Treo could not get on the Sprint network, it would not open the calendar application, and it could not sync with Windows XP via USB. The ActiveSync app reported the last sync at 1:03am. After … Continue reading

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First Impressions of the Droid X with Android 2.2

Seventy-Two Hours Last night, the screen on my old Treo started to look small to me. I have spent so much time trying to adjust to the virtual keyboards, the email software, and limited copy-and-paste, that I was ignoring the … Continue reading

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