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Topic # 3680 18-Mar-2005 01:40
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Hi

Does anyone know if it possible to sync my IPAQ1945 with 2 pcs. I currently sync with my home PC running XP pro and outlook 2003. I also want to sync with my work PC running Win2K and Outlook2000. Is this possible at all, and if so how to I do it.

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Reply # 13670 18-Mar-2005 07:34
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Yes, you can ActiveSync with two PC. Simply install ActiveSync on your second computer, and plug the iPAQ. You'll be asked to create another partnership and will have to select to sync with one or two computers.

Different records will be merged, so you'll need to do a clean up after the sync. Use Outlook to delete duplicates or old records.




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