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How can I hotsync a PalmPilot with Outlook 2003

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Re: How can I hotsync a PalmPilot with Outlook 2003

Insert the installation CD into the drive and do the following: Start>Run D:\English\PostInstall\OutlookSwitcher.exe /outlook Where D: is your CD drive.

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