I have a Palm III and downloaded the avail. software on the palm website and also downloaded Chapura. My only problem is that I cannont sync my outlook mail to my Palm. I lost my software CD's. How do i set up my outlook to sync to my palm and put all my mail on there? What do I need to download so that I can get my mail on my Palm?
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You can sync to Outlook on the PC and then get the Outlook data onto
the iTouch. If you have a newer PDA, It's install CD has a Sync options menu item
where you can switch between Palm Desktop and Outlook. If you no longer
have the original install CD or have an older device Pocket, Copy from
Chapura.com It will move the Palm Desktop records to Outlook.
make sure that you have the Palm Desktop and HotSync Manager 4.1.4E it includes Palm Outlook Conduits. The "E" stands for Extended, meaning that this version of Palm Desktop is intended for devices that have the extended PIM applications.
afterward, use the program PocketMirror to sync your outlook and the handspring device.
You need the CD to get the Chapura PocketMirror Standard conduits.
The conduits for Outlook are not part of the desktop download due to copyright protection. You need to obtain the actual CD by contacting palmOne tech support via phone. They will send you a CD for a small fee.
If you happen to have a Treo 180,270,300 or 600, the desktop software download for these models includes Chapura PocketMirror standard version as part of the download but you need a serial number for one of those products to get the download.
Its the substandard conduits that come with the 650.
Hi - my issues were different than yours,but similar in that bottom line, my calendar data wasn't syncing correctly with Outlook. I've been dealing with this problem for the past 4 weeks. Sprint's technical support was useless, as was palmone.
For 5 years, I have successfully synced my Palm Smart phone to palm desktop at home, and outlook at work - (4 different phones, 4 different companies). It dawned on me - for the past 4 palm devices, I was provided Chapura conduits... The 650 didn't come with them... GUESS WHAT. I bought Chapura Professional XT and all the issues I was having (they were too copious and too weird to go into here) were solved, in one measly synchronization. ALL of them.
Don't wast ANY more of your time... Navigate over to Chapura's website and get one of the conduit programs -= trust me... You'll be glad you did.
Thanks to a fellow user, I was informed that I needed to purchase Chapura software. The following link has the software that does two way sync with BCM. Others don't. I did however have a few problems, but the help desk through Chapura was able to get the process working.
Are you synching your Palm V with Outlook using the supplied software (Chapura PocketMirror stadard edition)? I have never heard of this error - it is not documented on any website I could find including that of chapura who usually are very thorough.
if u want to sync with outlook , u would either have to buy the installiation disc from palm online store or call up tech support , it will cost u, or if you want u call also chapura and buy the outlook conduits from them , u dont get the outlook conduits on the website . In the installiation disc u get the outlook conduits .
... if you downloaded the version of Palm Desktop available on the palmOne website you cannot sync with Outlook. The web version does not include the Outlook conduits necessary to sync with Outlook. You must use the CD included with any newer palmOne handheld/smartphone or buy a third-party utility (such as Chapura PocketMirror)