Do you know if there are any problems using 2 versions of Outlook when you sync with 2 different computers?
I have Outlook XP Pro (2003) on one computer and Outlook 2000 on another. Does anyone know if there will be sync issues if I try to sync using 2 differnet versions? One computer has XP on it and one has 98--again, any issues to be wary of?
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And just in case you may have any issues with the syncing of data from Outlook 2003, Apple has provided a support link should you run into any issue during your sync process with your iPhone to either computers due to a possible error with the .PST file.
Sure you can. You just have to pick a unique ID for his during the first sync. If he already has an ID, then there is no problem. If you want to change any ID easily, get changename. It's an easy ID changer. For more info, great tips and discussion of and accessories for the Treo, goto mytreo.net
at the moment there is no Exchange support for the G1 phone, Fortunately though, with it being Open-Sourced OS i can guarantee some person and/or company is Creating a program for the phone which allows Push Exchange support for outlook etc ! as it is a widely used program.
There are already programs created which allow the Synching of Outlook Contacts and it Does support Pull POP3/IMAP email
Hi I have some experience with this problem and found two solutions:
One is to always keep phone software version and sync software version matched. If you didnt upgrade phone version you should stick with the sync application in your original CD!
If you upgraded to the latest phone version please use the latest sync version that was available at that time! Or, even better, ask the person who upgraded your phone to recommend the best sync version.
Two is to always exit all running applications before starting to sync since some files may be marked as "in use" and the backup process will not be completed. How to do that? goto Task Manager -> Open -> More -> End All and press the back button.
Other solutions I got from an SE technician:
Remove sync software before upgrading or reinstalling it.
Try to install on a different PC.
Format the Memory Card (AFTER YOU BACK IT UP!)
Install Outlook and only then the sync app.
If addressbook is presently syncing to Contacts in Outlook, then you will need to reinstall the desktop to alter the conduits. The reinstall should overlay the present version. Just select to alter conduits when requested.
You will need to Uninstall your old Software and Reinstall the new. If yours is like mine, You will come to a page that says "Regular" or Custom" Install. You need to select Custom and will later see two choices for Outlook or Palm.
It should if you have USB on the W95 machine. ActiveSync is compatable with W95. It worked for me with Outlook 98 on a Win95 laptop synching to a PC2000 PDA (Jornada), however I was using a serial cable.
This is how I got it working. Don't use wireless sync software, someting is definitely buggy with it.
Here is what I did to resolve sync errors:
1. Perform a hard reset on the Palm
2. Go to the Palmone folder on your hard drive (C:\Program Files|PalmOne. Look for the Backup folder. Rename this folder Backup Old.
3. Connect the Treo to your computer.
4. Right click the Hotsync icon in the taskbar and click Custom.
Change the four Outlook conduits (Calendar, Contacts,Tasks,Memos) to Desktop overwrites Handheld.
5. Run a Hotsync with the Treo. It should sync without errors. If you need to install additional applications you can add them now