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We need: the Notes feature from Outlook

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-The "Notes" feature from Outlook is great and missing in the SPV!!! Shouldn't be too hard to program, though handling the sync might be a bit more tricky.

I'll try to work on an Outlook script to transform notes into Phonebook entries with "ZZZ-NOTE-My note" as the name and the note content in the notes field... I don't have a clue! any help?

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This feature would be useful.

Maybe it's worth contacting the authors of 'HPC Notes' to see if they would consider a SmartPhone port. (This app lets you view and sync outlook notes to Pocket PC!)

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just wrote to [email protected]

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I mean I just wrote to [email protected] , I'll post what they reply

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The lack of support for Outlook Notes feature is one of the issues that put me off the SPV, and I am sure I am not the only one.

Regards,

Wlodek

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Yup yup. Absolutely. It can't be that difficult to sync notes - in comparison with calendar? What an ommission.

Also - who the HECK decided to add syncing of Tasks, but not their associated notes?! What the ...?

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The words 'crap but cheap' spring to mind :)

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'The Siemens A62 is a contemporary classic.'

Hmmmmmmmm...

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