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Old 04-10-2005, 02:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just got a 7230. I cleaned up my calendars, tasks-list, contacts in Outlook and synchronized PIM. I did not sych or transfer emails.

After this, I am left with about 2.2M Bytes of memory. That does not seem to be much memory left. Is there a way I can tell how or where the memory is being used?

I used to be an iPAQ user, so 2.5M feels awfully low.
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Old 04-10-2005, 02:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't know of any way to know how the memory is being used. But, as a reference, when I had a 7230, that's about how much I had free. E-mails will not take up much space. I never had a problem with memory -- but I other than Texas Hold-em I never installed anything else.

I used to keep one weeks worth of e-mails on the device (avg 30-40/day).
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Thanks for the point of reference. I feel a little better to know it is "normal" to have about 2M bytes of memory to spare.

Curious - did you upgrade to something with more memory?
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Yes, I upgraded to the 7290 because an application that I wanted to use (software to provide connectivity to Salesforce.com) can use up a lot of space and I didn't want to run out.
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