Using: Win98SE, Outlook 2000, ActiveSync 3.5 and Jornada 565.
I have a couple hundred items in the Deleted Items folder in Outlook on my desktop. 79 of them are syncing to the Jornada. I don't want these Deleted items to Sync to the Jornada. Is there anyway I can stop these items moving to the Jornada?
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Outlook 2013's IMAP implementation has changed quite dramatically when compared to previous versions of Outlook and has remained mostly the same in Outlook 2016. While it does do a better job at getting the special folders correct more often, there sadly is no more option to change it manually in case Outlook gets it wrong.When Outlook 2013 or Outlook 2016 can't find the correct folder for the Sent Items or Deleted Items folder, it will create a folder within your mailbox which doesn't sync with the mail server. This is why the folder holds "This computer only" behind its name.
Correcting this is a little less obvious as it was in Outlook 2010 but still possible for most IMAP mail servers. Setting the Sent Items folder for IMAP accounts in Outlook 2013 or Outlook...
If you accidently deleted items like Emails, contacts, calendar, tasks, etc from your mailbox using Outlook, you can recover them as they are first transferred to the Deleted Items folder of that mailbox. But even if you delete them from the Deleted Items folder you can still recover them. This feature is enabled by default in Outlook 2007 but if you are using 2003 then you'll have to modify System registry. Enabling recovery of deleted items in Outlook 2003 1. Start Registry Editor(Regedt32.exe). 2. Locate and click the following key in the registry
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftExchangeClientOptions 3. On the Edit menu, click Add Value, and then add the following registry value: Value name: DumpsterAlwaysOn Data type: DWORD Value data: 1 4. Close the Registry Editor. Now when you start Microsoft Outlook 2003 you'll be able to see a new option- Recover Deleted Items in the tools menu. Recovering deleted items in Outlook 2007: 1. In the folder from where you deleted the item, or in the Deleted Items folder, click 2. Recover Deleted Items on the Tools menu. Click an item and then click Recover Selected Items NOTE: If an item doesn't appear in the Recover Deleted Items dialog box then you can't recover it.
1. create a folder in outlook named "temp" 2. goto tools-> options-> maintenance and see the location of stored folder 3. goto that location 4. close outlook express 5. delete the "Deleted Items.dbx" 6. make a copy of temp.dbx 7. rename copy of temp.dbx to "Deleted Items.dbx" 8. open outlook express again and delete the temp folder too done....
if you wish to delete few files
just reboot the machine and and open the outlook express right away, now you might be able to open deleted items, go ahead and delete the old mails
A damaged DBX file of Outlook Express can be repaired with an professional application to Outlook Express . By using this utility, you can repair and recover deleted emails or damaged DBX file without any difficulty.
It should if you have USB on the W95 machine. ActiveSync is compatable with W95. It worked for me with Outlook 98 on a Win95 laptop synching to a PC2000 PDA (Jornada), however I was using a serial cable.
I use my 548 to keep my work and home versions of Outlook syncronised. I have about 70 contacts stored. Three suggestions..
1) Do you have enough free memory? Emails can take up megabytes, and for that reason I choose not to sync emails.
2) Are all of your contacts in the same Contacts folder? I have two contacts folders on my home Outlook, one for me and one for my wife, I only sync my contacts to my 548.
3) In Activesync, click on Options, Sync options, contacts, settings and make sure that "Syncronize all contacts" is checked
Maybe i should help, because i was solving similar problem with C-Series handheld from Compaq, which is almost the same. I am using Active sync 3.0 as the newer versions didnt work properly and i got no problem...
At some point when I installed some windows updates, my Outlook started asking if I wanted to allow ActiveSync to access Outlook's data and for how long.
Do you get a dialogue like this when you sync while Outlook is running? Could it be that when it's not running, you aren't given the dialogue and thus permission is not granted to ActiveSync to access the data?