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Errors sync with Outlook 2003 and Tungsten T3

I just setup my wifes new T3 and did all of the updates (desktop, and outlook conduit updates) but it still will not sync. I get the following errors in my log: The conduits were unable to attach to Outlook, possibly because the logon was canceled or otherwise failed. Synchronization failed. OLERR:0C-000F (0x0) OLERR:0D-0003 OLERR:0D-0001 - Not Synchronized OK Outlook Notes with 1 message(s) Outlook Calendar OLERR:0C-000F (0x0) OLERR:0D-0003 OLERR:0D-0001 - Not Synchronized OK Outlook Calendar Outlook Contacts OLERR:0C-000F (0x0) OLERR:0D-0003 OLERR:0D-0001 - Not Synchronized OK Outlook Contacts Outlook Tasks OLERR:0C-000F (0x0) OLERR:0D-0003 OLERR:0D-0001 - Not Synchronized

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Re: Errors sync with Outlook 2003 and Tungsten T3

This solution worked for me I had upgraded my wifes M500 to a T3 and I guess I hadn't fully uninstalled the old software. Once I did this I could sync with Outlook. Before installing the Palm Desktop Software (PDS) for your Tungsten T3, make sure you completely uninstall the Pocket Mirror or the old version of PDS. Delete also the registry file after uninstall. Here’s how: Click on the Start button Go to Run, at the open box, type regedit then OK Registry Editor window will open, click the plus (+) at the left of HKEY_CURRENT_USER Click the (+) at the left of Software Scroll down look for the folder U.S. Robotics, right click on it then choose delete. Then close it, Go to My Computer Choose C:\Program Files Delete the folder that says Palmone or Palm Note: do not delete anything other than U.S. Robotics Folder After completely uninstalling Pocket Mirror, install the new version of PDS.

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Re: Errors sync with Outlook 2003 and Tungsten T3

I did search through the forums before posting and the only "solution" I found was to buy Chapura PocketMirror for $30 which I refuse to do. I should be able to sync this palm with Office without having to spend even more money.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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SOURCE: How Do I hotsync w/Outlook

what software did you download for your outlook conduits? the installation cd already has the outlook conduits you need.. you just have to install palm desktop first then you'll be given options whether to sync your handheld with palm desktop or with outlook. choose sync with outlook

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SOURCE: Just bought Zire 31 and won't hot sync Outlook Calendar, Contacts, Notes with the following log:

Generally this error means that HotSync manager (via the 4 Outlook conduits) is having a hard time connecting to your Outlook or, in some cases, specifically to your Oultook profile.

Posted on Sep 12, 2005

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