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Backing up contacts list

Hi, does anyone know how to duplicate or copy the contacts list? I have a ton of numbers and addresses and i want to have it backed up on my desktop incase i lose it on my pocket pc! Im using the em500.... Oh and i figured out how to get the keyboard working =)

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Re: backing up contacts list

First thing you must religiously avoid is backup option in ActiveSynch. It takes forever. You have 2 options. Casio provides a built in card backup utility which is very efficient & reliable for full backup. There is a utility called TuBu which will allow you to selectively backup your data on the memory card. This however is not a free utility but very useful. You can download the trial version.

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