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I am now the proud owner of an Android 2.1 phone. (Froyo is promised for late November.) Can someone help me migrate from pocketpc v6.1 contacts and calendar and sync to Android?
I made my own mess when I just grabbed my SIM and fired up the Android without being systematic about capturing and moving my contacts and events details. Now I have SIM data, olde-phone data, new-phone data
in various states of wrong at each place. Let's not forget that 'droid sync's with its Google(R) mothership and so I have that other view of the data.
This would not be that big an issue except that I have lots of details from lots of folks and I don't want to lose any more than I must.
After all, I did screw up so there will likely be some small price.
I suppose it is okay (as a starting position) for the phone to sync with Google and then sync Google with my laptop. I would prefer to
sync phone to laptop directly -- it is MY data.