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Topic # 13128 23-Apr-2007 19:58
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hi i am having trouble!
i recently had conectivity problems with my apache and activesync4.0 so i was advised to upgrade to 4.5 which i duly did and conectivity seems to work the problem is now when the active sync setup guide/wisard  lunches it tels me that the apache is already set up to another computer (windows pc) and that i should name this computer to make sure i know which one is which,
i however  havent ever conected to another computer? so i guse that it its because of upgrade i now need to sync everything on both pc and handheld but when i try to amend to ensure email syncs it says that its setup on another pc??

what can i do??

thanks heaps
kingsley

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Reply # 68210 23-Apr-2007 20:28
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First, there is no advantage to install ActiveSync 4.x for old Windows Mobile devices. TThe Apache works well with ActiveSync 3.8. Actually ActiveSync 4.x was created for Windows Mobile 5.0 and newer, and when you plug a device running Windows Mobile 2003 and older it will just execute the same code as the previous ActiveSync 3.8.

Having said that, I recommend you delete the partnership on your PC, then open ActiveSync on your Pocket PC and check Status. There you will see your PC and if you tap and hold there will be an option to delete the partnership. Do it and create a new one from scratch.





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