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Topic # 7177 25-Mar-2006 05:29
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1) Is there a step by step method of setting up ActiveSync 4.1 with my pocket PC WM 5.0 JAs Jar ? Where do I start ?
I am just plugging in PPC to PC with USB cable that came with the JasJar ???

2) On the PPC how does one limit emails coming in to 100 KB ?

3) How does one search this email forum ?

Any ideas


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  Reply # 31490 25-Mar-2006 10:42
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The start is pretty simple:

- Read the plastic sticker attached to the i-mate Jasjar screen - it tells you not to connect the device before installing the software
- Install Microsoft Outlook from the CD (if not already in your computer)
- Install Microsoft ActiveSync
- I recommend a reboot at this point
- Charge the Pocket PC from the wall charger
- Configure the Pocket PC with your name (Start | Settings | Owner Information) and a name for it (Start | Settings | System | About)
- Plug the Jasjar and after a while the ActiveSync Wizard will start asking question to create the new parnership.

At this point you can select to synchronise directly to a Microsoft Exchange server or to your Microsoft Outlook. Most will use Microsoft Outlook, unless you have a Microsoft Exchange account (your IT administrator will tell you if this is the case).





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  Reply # 31492 25-Mar-2006 10:46
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Ooops, didn't reply the other questions...

After you configure the synchronisation you can open ActveSync on your PC and double-click on the e-mail configuration and select the size limit for e-mail sync, and how many days you want to synchronise.

I use one month, full e-mail, no attachments download. This works well, for me... But I know some people who leave all e-mails in te Inbox, and this will cause a memory overload on the Pocket PC. I personally think that after reading an e-mail and acted on it, this e-mail should be moved to another folder, or deleted (I move all e-mails and have everthing from 1995).

As for searching this forum, use the Google Search box on the sidebar. There's a post about searching old discussions on Geekzone.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 31505 25-Mar-2006 14:13
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Thanks got it working...

I has ZONE alarm issues as well.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/help/activesync/zone.mspx

I suggest turn off zone alarm and turn off any spy ware. Then it worked fine.

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