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This file is posted to the Usenet groups comp.sys.palmtops, comp.answers, and news.answers monthly, near the middle (+/- 5 or so days) of the month. If this copy is much over a month old, a newer version probably exists. Since this document is crossposted to comp.answers and news.answers, it gets archived at lots of different ftp sites. Ask your sysop for info on your nearest news.answers archive, or if there is no nearby news.answers archive, use anonymous ftp and get <ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/hp/palmtops-faq> If you have no access to anonymous ftp, send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject ignored, body containing send usenet/news.answers/hp/palmtops-faq World Wide Web users may be interested in the hypertext version of this FAQ. It's available from the server: <http://www.smartpages.com/faqs/> Look for the Usenet FAQ's. One way to get to this FAQ is to go through the index by usenet groups through comp, sys, and finally palmtops. The html version is automatically generated from the ASCII version, and thus contains exactly the same information. Any FAQ that is crossposted to news.answers can be retrieved by ftp, email, or WWW using similar techniques. So before posting "Can somebody send me the FAQ?" to ANY newsgroup, please browse the ftp archives on rtfm.mit.edu or your local news.answers archive. If you can't do this, then please follow the netiquette rule of always reading a group for at least a month before posting. If there's a FAQ, it'll probably show up.