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Use Outlook PST Recovery software to recovers mailbox folders such as inbox, sent items, deleted
items, contacts, calendars and journals from corrupt PST files and
shows the recovered items in a tree structure before saving in disk
<p>The iPod Touch is programmed to keep you entertained with
videos, music, games and other applications. The device also keeps you
organized by synchronization with Outlook and keeps track of your appointments
and events. iTunes acts as the conduit of information between Outlook and iPod
Touch to move. Any comments or additional agreements in the calendar data while
the device reverts to Outlook and the two are synchronized. <br />
<p>1. Double-click the iTunes icon to start the program. <br />
<p>2. Click on "Help" in the top menu bar. From the
drop-down menu, click "Check for Updates". If an update is available,
click "Yes" to install it. If an update is not available, click
"OK" to close the dialog box. <br />
<p>3. Connect the iPod to your computer via the USB cable.
Click the graphic iPod under "Devices." <br />
<p>4. Click on "About" in the menu bar to the right
of the iTunes window. <br />
<p>5. Check the box next to "Synchronize calendars from
Microsoft Outlook." Click on the calendar you want to synchronize. Click
"Apply" to copy the data to the iPod. <br />
Double check the Palm or palmOne program in Windows. Click Start then All
Programs then Palm or palmOne. You should see an icon in there called
Sync with Outlook or something similar. Click that icon and the
Outlook conduits will replace those for Palm Desktop. Some conduits,
like Media/Photos will continue to sync with Palm Desktop, but
Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Memos will sync to Outlook.
if you tell the palm hotsync program to sync with outlook, you can dump your calendar into outlook, and when you sync your blackberry with the desktop manager you can tell it to sync with outlook as well, and that is how you can transfer the calendars.
Start > My computer > Tools > Folder options > General tab click on show hidden files and folders > Apply ok
Go to the follow wing location to find scanpst.exe
if you are using Outlook 2007
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
If you using Outlook 2003
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office11
Double click on SCANPST.EXE
Click on browse go to following locaiton where your pst file as been save
C:\Documents and Settings\Robyn M. Drothler\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\outlook.pst
So make sure that you are displaying all categories....
If while on Calendar screen, you click on Tools, Categories... then all category boxes shown , should NOT be checked. If any of them are checked, then you will only be seeing that category of appointments.
The Menu: VIEW - Categories option at the bottom, has all categories checked off. However, the logic dictates that it will only show the categories checked off, and if any appointment (appointments being made in outlook are not categorized) with no category would not show in the pocket pc. The logic written into the software, is, if no categories are checked off, then it will show ALL appointments. It would be nice if there was an option in the category view menu to SHOW ALL, but there isn't. You just have to uncheck all the categories.