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Microsoft Outlook Hi there, I have been given an IPAQ 1910 to replace my faulty palm pda, but without a Companion CD or manual. I installed ActiveSync but have discovered I need Microsoft Outlook on my PC which it does not have. How on earth do I syncronise the 1910 with my PC now? Hope someone can help me? Thanks

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