alpConduit - A conduit which allows you to IMPORT & EXPORT data to & from your ALP handheld database.
ALP is a program from Denton Software Group that allows you to manage your Accounts/Logins/Passwords.
Includes the alpConduit Manager, a tool for defining HOW & WHEN you want to export your secure ALP data into a non-encrypted text file on your PC. alpConduit Manager also allows you to import comma, tab or pipe delimited data from a text file on your PC into the secure ALP environment on your handheld.
Requires ALP from Denton Software Group, a Java VM from Sun, IBM or Microsoft (all of which are free!), and Jsync from Palm Computing (which is free also!). See the cognisense web site at www.cognisense.com for more info.
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
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