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Volume Booster MDA

by kwhenry / March 25, 2006 3:12 PM PST

Dear CNET~

I have an MDA by T-mobile and was wondering if anyone knows how to increase/boost the volume. I am interested in a progran like "volume care" for Palm OS but it needs to work for Windows Mobile 2005. Do you know how to increase this feature without a software purchase? Next, what site or sites can you recommend for sodtware applications that is secure? Lastly, I often link up to Microsoft Outlook Web Access to check my mail. Is there anyway to have this act like a POP3 e-mail account?


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