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Hotsync Outlook with domino connector?

Anyone tried to hotsync with outlook 2003 using the domino connector? Work is using Lotus Notes as the mailserver, MS has a connector for the domino server. I have no issues making Outlook work with it, however the palm one conduits have a problem understanding something, as I'm getting a "Cannot find system file" error (no description as to what file it's even looking for) when I start outlook and when I do a hotsync. I'm somewhat convinced it's the conduit giving grief, but definitely related to the domino connector. I can use an imap account and have hotsync work and not see an error message, although none of the calendar gets synced because of how Outlook treats an IMAP account.

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It's probably looking for names.nsf on your pc. Try c:\lotus\notes\data\names.nsf or search for it. The fact that it can sync email without error tells me that it's NOT looking for your id file (name.id). There's a slight chance that it's looking for your notes.ini file (c:\lotus\notes\notes.ini) on your pc.

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