Question about Palm Treo 700w Smartphone
I was told I coould not do it unless I transfer eveything to an outlook file and then transfer it to the Moto Q9h..I shter another way???
SOURCE: Deleting Outlook contacts
FileZ file utility lets you delete the AddressDB on your Treo Your best bet would probably be to wipe the Contacts database on your Treo 650, then re-sync. 1. Install FileZ on your Treo 650, Why? Because the Contacts DB is not accessible from the built-in system; you need this extra file manager to delete it. 2. Launch FileZ and find this item: AddressDB. 3. Tap on AddressDB to add a checkmark next to it. Hit Details. Hit Delete. 4. DON'T HOTSYNC YET! Just in case, export your Outlook Contacts and store in a safe place. You'll be syncing to a blank address DB on your 650, and although it shouldn't overwrite your Outlook data wwith the blank DB ... better safe than sorry. 5. Now you can HotSync to Outlook.
Posted on Sep 11, 2005
SOURCE: Contact list to memory stick
Instead of loading all of your contracts onto your memory stick, why don't you connect your treo to your computer and ActiveSync all your contacts to Outlook, and when you get your new phone, and just have to ActiveSync again and all your contacts will be there. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
What you're talking about is what is called a "collision" when it comes to syncing devices. You use the options in the hotsync manager to decide how to handle collisions.
Open Palm Desktop.
Go to Hotsync->Custom
Pick the outlook calendar conduit
Select if you want to synchronize intelligently, have outlook overwrite the handheld, or have the handheld overwrite outlook.
Typically if the treo detects both records on outlook and on the treo, and you've set it to synchronize intelligently, it will make dupliate records and post a message at the end of the hotsync operation.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
There is probably a compatibility issue between the TX, Pocket Copy, and Iphone. TX is pretty picky about what can be used to transfter information. They only recommend Outlook and the one that is included on the TX CD.
TX and IPhones are different systems as well. You could try to get the files exported from the TX into a CSV and see if you can import the files into Iphone that way, if it will import them.
Good luck on that one.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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