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Re: sync contacts on hp ipaq 214
You will find that it can only sync throughOutlook. Outlook 2003 or later is fully compatible with Vista. Outlook isn't an operating system. Versions 2003 and more recent will run well under Vista; versions 2000 and 2002 will run under Vista, but with some problems. Outlook Express won't run under Vista, though, in case you are confusing it with Outlook due to its similar name. With the arriving of Windows Vista, it is consequently necessary to use Windows Mobile Device Center.It works on the same foundation as ActiveSync but on top of that aesthetics more complete and with a catch in hand more intuitive.The Windows Mobile Device Center combines an efficient business-data synchronization platform with a compelling user experience. The Windows Mobile Device Center helps you to quickly set up new partnerships, synchronize business-critical information such as e-mail, contacts and calendar appointments, easily manage your synchronization settings, and transfer business documents between your device and PC.
This newer version contains key improvements with new key features and it is only supported on Windows Vista.
Features : Information Rights Management activation - Automatically configure the Windows Mobile 6 device to open IRM-protected documents and files HTML mail – Set up your Windows Mobile 6 device to sync HTML-formatted mail Certificate Enrollment - Acquire certificates through the PC the Windows Mobile 6 device is currently connected to Allow data connections on the Windows Mobile 6 device when connected to the PC File synchronization for smart phones – Synchronize files with your Windows Mobile 6 devices, including both touch screen and non-touch screen devices. just click this link and download the latest version to support windows vista http://en.kioskea.net/telecharger/telechargement-409-windows-mobile-device-center
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Usually the simplest solution with Microsoft software such as active-sync is to uninstall it and install it again from scratch. When you reinstall it will ask you what programs you want to sync with, your old PIM software has been lowered in priority in favour of Outlook because MS think everyone should want to use it, so it's often easier to start using Outlook as your main PIM.
Hi. While holding power button, and pressing reset will do a hard reset to your PDA (reset the device to its factory default settings). So if your PDA is working well, don't do it. As for the syncronization with your Vista PC; Winodws XP uses the ActiveSync software for syncronization, and for Windows Vista, Microsoft developed a brand new syncronization software called "Windows Mobile Device Center". It can be downloaded here: (http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/help/synchronize/device-center-download.mspx). When you download/install this software to your PC, you should be able to connect your PDA to your PC without any problem, and definitely without changing any OS in your PDA or PC. Hope this helps.
As far as I know active synch which is the default app, does not support synchronizing subfolders. It is no question of firewall or antivirus, unfortunately microsoft designed it this way. There is a third party application though, Intellisync which is going to enable you to synch subfolders, however they will appear all in one big folder on your IPAQ.
Alternatively it will however take over the settings if you categorize the contacts and that has nearly the same "effect" as if you used subfolders. If you choose to use categories, then you can even keep your normal active synch, cause that it will synch fine. Not a bad thing cause third party applications are never perfect and Intellisync is unfortunately not free. You can add the categories to your contacts even while keeping your original subfolders in outlook, just match the categories to them and it will "look" perfectly the same on your IPAQ but yes you have to edit contacts one by one, so this is a one time big job then.
just install itunes and you can sync calendar and contact to your iphone. You cannot sync the notes and tasks but. I have just bought an iphone and before I was using an HP ipaq like you. Everything is synced except for the notes and tasks. You cannot even see any word or excel files you had on your ipaq. Cheers
Check the setting on the ipaq, go to ActiveSync and tools, options, server and make sure calendar, contacts and inbox are not selected here. Then, put the pda in its cradle and let it do a sync, it should change the settings on the desktop and the (sync status on device) should disappear. I had a similar problem and after de-selecting these, everything worked fine.