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Outlook Before I get started all just come out and say, I am very ignorant when it comes to computers. I?ve had this iPAQ for a couple of years now and it?s worked great. For some reason it will not sync with my new laptop (Dell Latitude 120L) that I received a few weeks ago. Let me rephrase, the Tasks, Nots and Files sync just fine; it?s the Calendar and Contacts that I?m having a problem with. When I sync my iPAQ with my PC the calendar and contacts say (sync status on device). Please advise thanks, Adam G. [email protected]

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Check the setting on the ipaq, go to ActiveSync and tools, options, server and make sure calendar, contacts and inbox are not selected here. Then, put the pda in its cradle and let it do a sync, it should change the settings on the desktop and the (sync status on device) should disappear. I had a similar problem and after de-selecting these, everything worked fine.

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