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Problems syncing to Outlook on new laptop

1. Long time Palm user on the desktop (now out of commission) 2. Bought a lap top - WIN XP home 3. Installed new MS Office - Outlook 4. Installed latest desktop manager from palm.com web site 5. Plugged in USB port cable 6. Hot Synced 7. Thought I set Outlook as default manager 8. Desktop manager filled with my data - don't want it there. Want it in outlook. 9. On my desktop, I used to have to give permissn to allow access for a number of minutes to hotsync....could that be part of the problem? I don't get a prompt if I want to allow access.

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SOURCE: won't sync to clean Palm

You may need to enter your user name in your "clean palm"

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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SOURCE: HotSync Outlook 2003 with Tungsten E

I tried all the suggestions that were offered and gave up. But then out of pure craziness I loaded the treo 600 CD that came with my Treo 600 out of curiosity. It loaded and the MS Office 2003 conduits loaded nicely and the problem appears to be solved for now. So I tested and it the Tungsten E Hotsync's feature all appear to be okay. I'm not sure if this is the best solution but it solved a very frustrating problem. The version of Hotsync that loaded is 4.1.0. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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SOURCE: How do I switch from HotSync with Palm Desktop to HotSync with Outlook?

I believe you need to un-install the Palm software and then re-install it - make sure you use the Custom Install - as that is where the "Sync to Outlook" box is to be checked

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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SOURCE: How do I HotSync a Palm Vx with Outlook 2002

I wish I had found you two weeks ago! That help, though simple, was fantastic - thank you. I had no idea that Pocket Mirror was on the CDROM as it was set on autostart so it launched into the Palm Software installation straight-off. I've got a few problems to sort out with it but so far it has Sync'ed the: Addresses To Do Email not yet read Calendar ** It insists on spending a very long time thinking about 'backing-up' the handheld databases and I have to force it to close. Any ideas how to solve that little problem? I'm just about to leave for Paris so I can't pursue this anymore today, so if I may I'll follow-up at the end of the week. Meanwhile thank you for your quick response and excellent instructions. Regards

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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SOURCE: How can I hotsync both ways?

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Don't skip the initial HotSync for secondary computer! Alright, I figured this one out on my own and figured I'd post what I'd learned so that others don't have to endure the teeth mashing, hair pulling, snarling frustration. (self induced as it may be) My experiences have taught me to not always trust a cookie cutter installation wizard...especially for custom app installations (ie: primary = home, secondary=work, total sync, no priority). So, I did not perform the initial sync during installation of the palm software fearing that the new installation would NOT recognize that the work computer was a secondary machine and resultantly wipe out the old palm data from the primary machine. Turns out, as I saw in many other unrelated posts, that it's difficult (if not impossible) to specify conduit direction to outlook 2003 outside of the initial sync (this prompted me to specifically look for conduit direction during install). So, this wizard is one I should have trusted...by mistake...because of weak program design. By the way...once I specified sync with outlook during the initial sync, EVERYTHING works fine despite not having installed the two "imperative" conduit updates (they were uninstalled after several previous failed attempts at this). Hope this helps

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Download the Outlook Security Add-in from this site: http://www.mapilab.com/outlook/security Advanced Security for Outlook is free for commercial and non-commercial use. I have testet it with Windows XP and Outlook 2002 SP3 syncing with a Palm Zire 31 and it works fine.

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