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Re: HTC G1 Sync
At the moment there is no Exchange support for the G1 phone, Fortunately though, with it being Open-Sourced OS i can guarantee some person and/or company is Creating a program for the phone which allows Push Exchange support for outlook etc ! as it is a widely used program.
There are already programs created which allow the Synching of Outlook Contacts and it Does support Pull POP3/IMAP email
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You can find Google ADB drivers here:
The HTC Sync package for all HTC phones is located HERE:
The easiest way is to use usb data cable. You can read the following threads about what programs you can use for the specific purposes.
Also, you should be able to access the storage card via Windows Explorer.
First sync your Nokia with PC. In settings choose either Contacts or M$ outlook, whichever you using. Then install ActiveSync 4.5(for Win XP) or WMDC(for Vista) and again in settings choose one of above mentioned programs to sync, ie Contacts or M$ outlook.
Try this, I read it on a microsoft.com forum. Disconnect the device from the PC. Open Activesync on the device. Open the "Menu". Click "Options" Uncheck "E-mail" from Data you want to Sync. Click "Done" and re-sync devise to PC.
Once I did that, my contacts and all my appointments sync'd. Hope that helps... It seems tons of people have had this annoying issue.
method1: The easiest way to do this is to sync your Palm Desktop data with the PIM on your Yahoo account. It's free so if you don't have a Yahoo account sign up and get one just for the transfer. Once your DateBook data is on Yahoo there is a simple to use option to sync Yahoo to Outlook. once all your stuff is in Outlook it will ActiveSync to the PPC
method 2: install the Outlook and then the Palm sync conduits and sync their datebook, notes, tasks and contacts to Outlook. install Activesync and sync the pocketpc and they get their data. you can also use pocket mirror software for this. method3: Install ExtendConnect from Extended Systems. Then sync first with the Palm. Then sync with the Pocket PC.
At some point when I installed some windows updates, my Outlook started asking if I wanted to allow ActiveSync to access Outlook's data and for how long.
Do you get a dialogue like this when you sync while Outlook is running? Could it be that when it's not running, you aren't given the dialogue and thus permission is not granted to ActiveSync to access the data?