How can I sync a PocketPC?

Art Alexion art.alexion at
Mon Jun 26 19:06:02 BST 2006

On Sunday 25 June 2006 13:59, Dotan Cohen wrote:
> On 25/06/06, OOzy Pal <oozypal at> wrote:
> > why don't you try to use wine and install your windows application. I
> > am not sure if this will work but it is worth a try.
> The windows apps are ActiveSync and Outlook. To tell you the truth, I
> hate both of them! I'll see if there are any other standalone windows
> apps that will run under wine, though I'd rather avoid that.
> Actually, I've found some info regarding syncing PocketPC's with
> linux, but I was hoping to hear of any first-hand experiences.
> Everything that I've googled so far has been very discouraging.

I usually hate when people answer questions like this, but I am going to do it 
anyway.  Why not switch to a Palm OS handheld instead of winmob?  Not only 
will you be able to use 
1) pilot-link
2) kpilot
3) jpilot and/or
4) gnome-pilot
but you may like the Palm OS better than WinMob.  I find that for the things I 
use a handheld most, calendar and address, Palm OS has a more ergonomic and 
fewer taps, interface.


Art Alexion
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