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# 18759 22-Jan-2008 22:05

Outlook 2007 Notes does not appear as an option to Sync. Is this normal?
I have checked all the obvious places for settings but it appears only the following can be sync'd:
Contacts, Calendar, e-Mail, Tasks, Mobile Favourites and MS Office OneNote.
Is there another solution to this, or have I got it set up wrong?
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  # 106199 22-Jan-2008 22:12
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Are you synchrosing with Outlook directly or with Exchange Server?

You wouldn't have Notes sync to Exchange, but it should still list Notes sync as an option to the local Outlook, even if connected to a server.






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  # 106200 22-Jan-2008 22:27

I sync my Notes directly with Outlook on both home (Vista) and office laptops (W2K).
Notes does not appear as an option in the Sync Contents setting on either machine.

On further research, it appears that Notes will only appear as an option for Pocket PCs and not Smartphones. 3rd-party software like Phatnotes or SmartPhoneNotes is recommended.
Also recommended is to convert all Notes to OneNotes, which is included in Office 2007.

Sigh.....

 
 
 
 


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  # 106207 22-Jan-2008 23:04

After more online research, found a tool that converts all Outlook Notes to OneNotes:
https://blogs.msdn.com/descapa/archive/2007/02/14/export-your-outlook-notes-to-onenote.aspx

Apologies if this is not allowed in the forum.

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