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Am I right in thinking that the phone will only sync with MS outlook?

I currently do not use MS outlook and have always used Outlook Express - I have always found it much easier to use and found Outlook was over complicated for just an email reader.

So am I going to have to move over to Outlook or can you get it to sync with other types of software?

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:D Well, not complete rubbish.

Extended Systems are supporting SmartPhone, you can read the details at their site.

XTNDConnect is pretty smart... allows synchronisation with SyncML enabled devices/software or Lotus Notes (What I have used it for) and many others.

David.

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Lotus notes i hear you say - Oh lets go and have a look at that page as that is what I am really after.

Then I can sync it with my diary for work in lotus Goats

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Oops, my mistake.

I actually OWN a copy of XTND Connect PC 4.8, so I really ought to have known :D)

There are conduits included for loads of PIMs....

P

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Or you could use a program called Intelisync. The firm I work for use GroupWise for there email and calendar etc. I use it to sync my address & calendar from GroupWise then at home I use it to sync back with outlook Job done

If anyone wants a copy let me know :D

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I was trying to sync when I got home and kept getting a server busy dialog box, it was causing no end of trouble, I found that if I shut down my real-time virus scanning it went away and sync went smooth.

So bear in mind if you get same prob.

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