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    I am using a T650 and Hot syncing to Outlook. All data transfers back and forth just fine. The only problem I have is when the sync is over and I click on the "View Log" button nothing happens. When I open Hot Sync Manager from the sys tray and go to View Log, nothing happens except Hot Sync Manager closes.

    Does anyone have any ideas?
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    I can't tell you why - but it you want to see your log it's usually located in the main user folder. ie C:\program files\palmone\username and it's simply called HotSynLog.htm.
    Moose Man
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSGMOOSE
    I can't tell you why - but it you want to see your log it's usually located in the main user folder. ie C:\program files\palmone\username and it's simply called HotSynLog.htm.
    Moose man,
    I found the file(s) you referred to, but the txt file is dated 6-24-05 and there is an html file dated 12-22-05 which is my last hot sync. Please excuse my ignorance, but how do I open this file or convert it to *.txt?

    I would really like to get it functional within Hot sync Manager again, any ideas?
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    .htm is simply an HTML file so you should be able to double click on it and it will launch a browser like window. This might be part of the problem.....if your using something other than Internet Explorer as your default browser then the link might have gone bad.

    While your in Windows Explorer viewing the file double click on it - if it doesn't open then right click on it and choose "open with" and then browse through the options to find IE or Firefox or Opera if that's what your using. I suspect (wild *** guess) by doing so you'll re-establish the link and once again be able to view it via the hotsync popup.

    If that doesn't work - I'm out of suspects but let me know anyway as I can always try something else.
    Moose Man
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSGMOOSE
    .htm is simply an HTML file so you should be able to double click on it and it will launch a browser like window. This might be part of the problem.....if your using something other than Internet Explorer as your default browser then the link might have gone bad.

    While your in Windows Explorer viewing the file double click on it - if it doesn't open then right click on it and choose "open with" and then browse through the options to find IE or Firefox or Opera if that's what your using. I suspect (wild *** guess) by doing so you'll re-establish the link and once again be able to view it via the hotsync popup.

    If that doesn't work - I'm out of suspects but let me know anyway as I can always try something else.
    YOU - ARE - THE - MAN ! ! ! The viewer was set to "froogle_110tail" whatever that is. Doing as you suggest not only allowed me to open it from Win Explorer, but also from Hot Sync Manager. Thank You!
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    Yeah, I get it right most of the time. The rest of the time I can bluff.

    Froogle.....did you add the Google Toolbar recently to your Internet Explorer? Just to be safe you probably should run a virus scan etc.
    Moose Man
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