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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 5526 4-Nov-2005 17:00

Can anyone help me set up a Tungsten E2 so it synchronises with Outlook email on Microsoft Exchange?
I know Chapura used to be the way to make this happen, but from what I can see, it should be able to be done without Chapura now. I've loaded VersaMail on to the Palm device and it asks me for POP and SMTP settings (which I don't think are relevant) and I filled out the required Custom fields in hotsync manager, but still no go.
It doesn't give me error messages or anything; it just doesn't synch.
I have contacts and calendar synching okay.
Why are these things so HARD?
Thanks a lot!

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Master Geek


Reply # 23638 21-Nov-2005 23:04
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Are you trying to sycn wirelessly straight into the Server? or just syncing via cable to your local machine? If its the former then I think Dataviz's Inbox to Go should help you out as Activsync isn't built into the Tungsten E2 as its is on the T|X, LifeDrive & Treo 650.



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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 23648 22-Nov-2005 08:14

Hi, thanks for your reply.
I'm trying to synch via cable to the local machine.
However it's fixed now. I was setting it to synch to Exchange, when I should have been synching it to "Outlook 97 or Higher". It's easy when you ask a techy friend!

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