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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 7762 8-May-2006 10:14
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Hi...new to this forum but have found it useful so far. Now I wonder if anyone can assist?
I have just bought an rx1950 navigator, and managed to get it to sync with my pc, so all my existing calender and contacts entries are in place as should be.
When I open the calender and try and enter information, when I get to the part where it asks for attendees, it opens the contacts dialogue but there are no contacts to view, although the contacts are all in the contac t list!
What am I doing wrong?
Also, when I look in outlook on my pc, there are contacts listed but nothing in the address book. I suspect it'ssomething to do with the contacts database, but I can't work it out...so if any of you have the slightest clue...please help :)

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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 35219 8-May-2006 22:10
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As an addendum to my previous post, I found that when putting email addresses into the contact information the "add attendees" function does recognise the contact information, but I don't have many email addresses for the contacts so it is only a handful of the many contacts I have that are being seen in calender view....the plot thickens? Could it be a problem with the PIM file? Is it located in the wrong place? Can I get the calender to see it?
 

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