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Synching using 2 versions of Outlook

Do you know if there are any problems using 2 versions of Outlook when you sync with 2 different computers? I have Outlook XP Pro (2003) on one computer and Outlook 2000 on another. Does anyone know if there will be sync issues if I try to sync using 2 differnet versions? One computer has XP on it and one has 98--again, any issues to be wary of?

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Yes there will be problem. what you need to do is to install the version of the outlook the same with the one you are migrating from so that it will not have compatibility problems.

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