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Palm OS devices come with disks that contain Palm Desktop. To backup and restore your data, you perform a HotSync operation to your computer. Once you plug in your Palm Pilot, Palm Desktop will recognize it and should ask that you "Create a new account or Use an existing one?" Choose existing, and pick your original Hotsync account name.
 
The main hurdle for you will be to get the backup from your email to your desktop. Since we do not know how you backed it up more information will be neededneeded. Read [https://markwarren.wordpress.com/2009/12/15/how-to-backup-and-restore-a-palm-desktop-user-data-folder/|more about] restoring it on here.
The main hurdle for you will be to get the backup from your email to your desktop. Since we do not know how you backed it up more information will be neededneeded. Read [https://markwarren.wordpress.com/2009/12/15/how-to-backup-and-restore-a-palm-desktop-user-data-folder/|more about] restoring it on here.

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Palm OS devices come with disks that contain Palm Desktop.  To backup and restore your data, you perform a HotSync operation to your computer. Once you plug in your Palm Pilot, Palm Desktop will recognize it and should ask that you "Create a new account or Use an existing one?"  Choose existing, and pick your original Hotsync account name.

The main hurdle for you will be to get the backup from your email to your desktop. Since we do not know how you backed it up more information will be needed

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