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Problem Hot Synching Mail with new version of Outlook

My company just upgraded Outlook to E2K. My calendar, notes & tasks synch fine but the mail does not. In looking thru the PocketMirror setup, it does not provide an option for the Outlook version. I have downloaded the most current version of PocketMirror without success in synching the mail. What do I try next?

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You will need to Uninstall your old Software and Reinstall the new. If yours is like mine, You will come to a page that says "Regular" or Custom" Install. You need to select Custom and will later see two choices for Outlook or Palm.

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