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kiran0402

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#2024 12-Aug-2004 04:51
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Hi,
I installed SP2 and the bluetooth works perfectly except that I no longer can synchronise Outlook.

The drivers I had previously 1.4.2.10 had Irmc synchronization.

Is it possible to synchronize without using a third party application.

Or if that is not possible is there any application that will synchronize but does not run in the background.

I am learning SAP at my place so I have to *very careful* with my RAM. It needs 1GB else the service refuses to start.

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  #7683 12-Aug-2004 05:40
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Hi.

I'm using XTND Connect from Ericsson after installing SP2 for XP. It came with my phone, but can also be downloaded from SE's website.

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#7686 12-Aug-2004 07:23
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What are you trying to sync with Outlook? A mobile phone or a handheld? If it's a Sony Ericsson mobile phone, then kolbjorn's suggestion is correct. Otherwise let us know.





 

 

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  #7705 13-Aug-2004 22:02
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Oh Yes I have T630 SE. I am currently using Xtend. Is there no better idea.

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#7706 13-Aug-2004 22:19
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You can use XTNDConnect as before, but if it's not working then you can try other type of program, like Mobiledit! (check our review).




 

 

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