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Outlook will not sync with Tungsten C

I have a new Tungsten C, installed the provided software (several times) and it will not sync with my outlook 2003. I previously had a Palm IIIxe and had no problem. Got a new laptop with my tungsten c and now nothing syncs! I had not put the old version of the iiixe software on my new laptop. It was clean when I did the first install Very agravated with PALM!

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Check you sync part of your desktop program and make sure you have outlook checked for transfer. Right click on Synch on bottom tray and select custom set uo

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  2. Step 2 Use the HotSync cable included with your Palm to plug into the USB port of your PC. You will then plug the other end of the cable into your Palm Tungsten.
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  5. Step 5 Unplug the cable from your PC and Palm Tungsten once the sync is completed. As the Palm resets, you will now notice that Microsoft Outlook Express is available on the PDA.

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Switcher.... Inorder to sync your handheld with Outlook you must have outlook conduits installed. Follow these steps to have an outlook conduits installed. 1. Place the Desktop Installation & Software Essentials CD on your cd-rom drive. Wait for it to finish its autorun 2. At this point you'll be presented wth a flash window which contains certain options you can choose. 3. Click on "Change your synchronization method" 4. Click on "Use Microsoft Outlook to ...... " 5. Click on "Yes" 6. Click on "Done" 7. Restart your computer inorder to refresh the new settings. You can now use Microsoft Outlook to synch your appointments, contacts etc..

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