Your webOS device was designed to sync with web-based accounts rather than a local computer. But if you want to keep using your old desktop organizer, you may be able to find a third-party solution that syncs with your device.
There are two ways you can do this: sync directly with your desktop organizer using a local connection, or sync your local desktop organizer with a web account and add the account to your device.
You can choose to skip web-based services altogether. Sync directly with the desktop organizer on your local computer. You will only be able to sync your device when in close proximity to your computer. Requires installation of a third-party sync solution, and either a USB or Wi-Fi connection (if available) to your local computer.
With this option, your existing desktop organizer's Calendar/Contacts pass through a web account, which is added to your device. This means you can sync your device no matter where you are, using the web service as the go-between. Requires installation of a third-party sync solution.
Ready to move away from your old desktop organizer? The Data Transfer Assistant (DTA) moves your Calendar/Contacts to a web account that you choose. Your device syncs with the web account, which is available anywhere you have an Internet connection. We think you'll enjoy the ease and accessibility of this option. Learn about Calendar and Contacts on the web