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Removing/restoring partnership I have an HP Pocket PC, and recently I bought a Windows Mobile-based smartphone. When I installed ActiveSync for the PDA, it created a 'default' partnership called "Pocket_PC." When I connected the smartphone, it suggested creating a new partnership, let's call it "Smatphone." Everything went smoothly until I had some problems with the smartphone and did a har reset. After that, when I attempted to created a partnership for the smartphone under the same name, ActiveSync would not allow me to do so. Even deleting the relevant folders in c:\documents..\my profile\...activesync\smartphone did not eliminate the problem - the systems still says I cannot create a partnership under the same name. I find it very annoying to have to uninstall/re-install ActiveSynce EVERY time I want to get rid of a partnership and re-create it under the SAME name. I wonder if there a method of deleting a partnership and then re-creating it under the SAME name.

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Acc to me, partnership once deleted due to hard reset on ur smartphone will not be created under the same name until u delete the same partnership from active sync on pc. To delete the partnership open active sync>file>delete partnership..then create new with the same name with ur smartphone.

 

hope this will help

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