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If you have a PDA, and are using the MobiPocket Reader, you can get the cache pages on your Palm.

 

However, I used that program on a friend's PDA one day and it was miserable. I have always used Cachemate. It is a handy, user-friendly program, and there is a version for the both Palm and PPC. ^_^

 

Thanks for the reply I do use cachemate. I was hoping the ebook was a emailed document with all the cache info. Without loading them one by one.

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Thanks for the reply I do use cachemate. I was hoping the ebook was a emailed document with all the cache info. Without loading them one by one.

One by one? Ouch. I haven never done that. I load them all at once.

 

You could use the eBook feature. I tried and within minutes wanted to jump off a bridge. It is very difficult to use. Frustrating too. If i had to use it i would probably just quit caching altogether.

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If you have a PDA, and are using the MobiPocket Reader, you can get the cache pages on your Palm.

 

However, I used that program on a friend's PDA one day and it was miserable. I have always used Cachemate. It is a handy, user-friendly program, and there is a version for the both Palm and PPC. ^_^

Thanks for the reply I do use cachemate. I was hoping the ebook was a emailed document with all the cache info. Without loading them one by one.

Do you get the cache data emailed to you through Pocket Queries? If so, all the info for Cachemate is in the .gpx files. I Export from GSAK for Cachemate and can put the information for more than 1000 caches into my Palm in just a few minutes.

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