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Address Book Not Synching

When I synch my samsung i500 with Palm desktop on my laptop, everything works great, except that the Address Book is not synching at all. I cannot figure out how to add a conduit to add Address Book to my HotSync routine. I can see that it is doing something with Outlook, but I want it to use the Palm Address Book. Is there any way to fix this without reinstalling the software? thanks in advance for your help!

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If addressbook is presently syncing to Contacts in Outlook, then you will need to reinstall the desktop to alter the conduits. The reinstall should overlay the present version. Just select to alter conduits when requested.

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