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HotSync Issues

I have a M130 that I want to Sync to Outlook Express. My wife has a m105 that she wants to sync to Outlook. How do we do this? Mine is doing ok, but my wife's is syncing to Outlook Express also.

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Hi, connect your wife's palm to the pc , click on start , go into all programs , browse for palm desktop and inside palm desktop you would see mail setup click on that .... Regards

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