Entourage Hot sync failure with Palm (error = #-1)
I have had no problems syncing with my Palm Pilot for two years. Suddenly when I sync, everything syncs (3rd party software) but Contacts, Memos, To Do and Calendar do not.
After all the 3rd party software synchronizes, the Entourage conduit suddenly quits and enters the following error:
HotSync Failure: The Entourage identity "Earl M. Swigert, Jr." could not be opened because another identity is open in another Office application. Synchronization failed. Entourage Conduit synchronization failed. ?Entourage Conduit? failed (error = #-1)
Can anyone help us?
Re: Entourage Hot sync failure with Palm (error = #-1)
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You should be able to use your syncing program to bring over the copy of the excel file from you palm to computer. If you need a good syncing program, check cnet.com for some free trials and/or shareware.
You can also try email the file to yourself and saving from email to desktop. This will allow you to have a saved copy in your email as well.
Please let me know if you have additional questions.
This may be due to the means of authentication being used -- by the STMP server you are sending to and/or the authentication options selected in your Entourage setup. Mail servers commonly establish restrictions based on authentication to restrict who can send mail through them as a means of preventing spam.
Cable companies for example, and possibly your campus network, often restrict the sending of Mail to those computers that have a local connection to their network based on the IP address they are using -- i.e. where you plugged in or which wireless adapter you are connected to. Alternatively, many others require your mail client to present your user name and password to authenticate... or possibly to authenticate only in those cases when you are not connected locally.
So... to get an iron clad answer, you need to find out from the Mail server administrators what type of authentication is required. This information is often listed on "help" web pages describing how to set up your mail client... or call them if you can. Alternatively, check your Entourage setup to see how it is contacting the server for outgoing mail. Try changing the authentication method to use Password authentication if it is not already. Ultimately, the mail administrator for your Mail server is likely your best help resource.
Not really sure what is wrong but would suggest that you check your account setup under tools/Accounts and see if the setting for advanced settings for receive is set to "This POP service requires a secure connection" is checked or not. It depends on what your ISP requires
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1. Take out battery, wait about 30 secs, insert battery and see if it works.
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Unless you are trying to sync with another Microsoft Exchange Server (say at your new Job) or you are running an Exchnage server at home on a dedicated server.. you will not be able to set your phone up with exchange.
One Suggestion I may have would be to setup outlook on your phone to connect to your email via Imap4 or POP3.
You might want to remove the activesync partnership to your old company if you havent done so allready to help get rid of the exchnage sync error's.
ThinkDB2 is an easy to use database. Like most Palm databases it is based on MS Access, but no knowledge of Access is needed. ThinkDB allows you to design the Form, such as you see on the left, on the Palm itself. ThinkDB is freeware, but if you want to Sync to your Desktop and therefore to and from MS Access you need to download and pay for their Windows software. This ranges between $20 & $40 depending on which version you require.ThinkDB2 is 350Kb to download and takes 149Kb of room on the Palm. -- SOURCE
Although I couldn't find a 'manual,' I did find that you can get a list of functions in ThinkDB2: CLICK HERE.