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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 5077 26-Sep-2005 18:20
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The software indicates that it synchronises with Outlook 2000--I can't get it to work with Outlook 2003--it would save a lot of retyping and would be a great synchronisation with the diary.
i have searched various sites and can't find any indication that Hyundai (Pantech) have updated their software to communicate with Outlook 2003

Any advice appreciated

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 20557 26-Sep-2005 18:49
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Looks like i asked for help too soon
i work on a PC that is off line from the server--the Outlook sync won't work in that condition
i logged onto my mail server and then whizz bang it found my Outlook and allowed me to download a maximum of 300 contacts
so it pays to sort those out in advance so that you get just the ones you really need on your phone in a special folder
i'm assuming the same process will work with my calendar
sorry to have troubled you all
hope this little story helps some other future user



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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 20660 28-Sep-2005 10:43
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Well maybe i do need your help
i got the phone numbers and names to download but not the schedules
appreciate any advice you have on sync with Outlook Calendar with this phone

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 20702 28-Sep-2005 23:32
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Is it an Exchange based Calander? Alot of sync programs can't interface correctly to exchange based systems. If it's an exchange based system, one way around it is to copy the data to the local pst, then sync from there.

Jp.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 20922 2-Oct-2005 19:33
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Yes it is an exchange server
i will try that and let you know of results
thanks for lead



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  Reply # 20997 4-Oct-2005 15:06
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JP
lack of geekness means that my attempts to do what you suggested have not been successful
please advise how to
1. create pst file with calendar data from outlook in exchange mode
2. locate pst file so that the Hyundai software can find it and link to it
so far the phone has been good for contacts, texts, and images
would like to use the calendar facility
cheers

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  Reply # 21004 4-Oct-2005 16:41
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Just did a few quick searches out of curiousty and came accross something else that may help.

Apparently there's an option to set local calander usage.
1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
2. On the Preferences tab, click Calendar Options.
3. Click to select the "Always use local calendar" check box.

If that doesn't work, the other way you can do the local pst thing is to.
1) Export the calander (file, import & export, export to another program, personal folder store (.pst)), etc.etc.
2) File, Open - Outlook Data file.

Exporting will create a non exchange version of all your calander data, which you can then open as a PST within outlook.

You can give those a go, but as we don't run exchange here i haven't play with all the options related to it.

Jp.




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  Reply # 21008 4-Oct-2005 17:30
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PS: This site also gives a good bit of background information on it.

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/olpda.htm

They also link to a program called Public2Private which does automatic calendar replication from the exchange to your local calendar. Although the software isn't cheap.
They do have a free trial, which appears to be time limited to 10 days according to the FAQ's.

http://www.diditbetter.com/Solutions/P2P30/overview.asp

Jp.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 21633 17-Oct-2005 15:37
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Thanks everyone for the help
It turns out, according to Danny Ahn, Customer Care Service from Pantech, that
"Unfortunately, TX-115C can only syncronize the contact list as a Phonebook function in Outlook 2003."
so that puts an end to this thread as far as i can tell
should Pantech ever get this added i will post again



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