Do I need to buy Missing Sync for Palm to get memos to work

Do I need to buy Missing Sync for Palm to get memos to work for my palm? Every thing else worked just fine, but my Memo Conduit which is Disabled Conduits now.

Memos using those conduits are stored in and access using the Palm Desktop.
I too think that the Missing Sync for Palm OS is a vastly superior way to synchronize contacts, events, memos, tasks and other data that iSync is, but you can simply restore Palm Desktop memo synchronization if that is all you want to do.

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