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  1.    #1  
    Just started synching on two machines yesterday. I knew from my old Pocket PC this would be a purgatory of duplicates and a hell full of problems.

    Whilst it worked yesterday, it no longer does work at work; can anyone suggest a way for me to get it working again?

    Just by being sluethy, it seems that everything works except Outlook stuff

    liHotSync operation started for galingula on 10/25/05 15:07:38

    OK Quick Install
    OK VersaMail
    OK Media
    OK Documents To Go
    Outlook Calendar
    The selected source folder [galingula\Calendar] was not found in Outlook. Synchronization will be performed with the default source folder [galingula\Calendar].
    OLERR:11-0003 (0x88340201)
    OLERR:03-0001
    OLERR:0D-0004
    OLERR:0D-0001
    - Not Synchronized
    Outlook Calendar synchronization failed

    OLERR:15-0002
    OLERR:06-0001
    Outlook Contacts
    The selected source folder [galingula\Contacts] was not found in Outlook. Synchronization will be performed with the default source folder [galingula\Contacts].
    OLERR:11-0003 (0x90740201)
    OLERR:04-0002
    OLERR:0D-0004
    OLERR:0D-0001
    - Not Synchronized
    Outlook Contacts synchronization failed

    OLERR:15-0002
    OLERR:01-0001
    Outlook Tasks
    The selected source folder [galingula\Tasks] was not found in Outlook. Synchronization will be performed with the default source folder [galingula\Tasks].
    OLERR:11-0003 (0x98b40201)
    OLERR:0E-0001
    OLERR:0D-0004
    OLERR:0D-0001
    - Not Synchronized
    Outlook Tasks synchronization failed

    OLERR:15-0002
    OLERR:0F-0001
    Outlook Notes
    The conduits were unable to attach to Outlook, possibly because the logon was canceled or otherwise failed. Synchronization failed.
    OLERR:0C-000F (0x0)
    OLERR:0D-0003
    OLERR:0D-0001
    - Not Synchronized
    OK Outlook Notes with 1 message(s)

    -- Backing up MMIDCache0 to C:\Program Files\palmOne\galingula\Backup\MMIDCache0.PDB
    -- Backing up MultiMail Messages to C:\Program Files\palmOne\galingula\Backup\MultiMail_Messages.PDB
    -- Backing up midataidcache to C:\Program Files\palmOne\galingula\Backup\midataidcache.PDB
    -- Backing up Saved Preferences to C:\Program Files\palmOne\galingula\Backup\Saved_Preferences.PRC
    OK Backup
  2. #2  
    Try this:
    1. On the desktop, click Start, then Run
    2. Type "Outlook /resetfolders", without the quotes...note: there's a space after the 'k', but not after the '/'.
    3. Click OK.
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  3.    #3  
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble
    Try this:
    1. On the desktop, click Start, then Run
    2. Type "Outlook /resetfolders", without the quotes...note: there's a space after the 'k', but not after the '/'.
    3. Click OK.
    That didn't work.

    The only place I have a "calendar" directory is in the Palmone folder.

    I moved my PST off the hard drive and onto the network. Seems that there is where the problem started?
  4. #4  
    Quote Originally Posted by galingula
    That didn't work.

    The only place I have a "calendar" directory is in the Palmone folder.

    I moved my PST off the hard drive and onto the network. Seems that there is where the problem started?
    I'm sorry, but I neglected to say that you should reboot your computer and perform those steps before launching Outlook.
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  5.    #5  
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble
    I'm sorry, but I neglected to say that you should reboot your computer and perform those steps before launching Outlook.
    Yatzee! Thank you.

    If I relocate the PST to the server, and run that again, will I be ok on the server?
  6. #6  
    By "server" do you mean an Exchange server? OR: Do you keep your PST on the server so you can open it on multiple computers on your network?
  7. #7  
    Quote Originally Posted by galingula
    Yatzee! Thank you.

    If I relocate the PST to the server, and run that again, will I be ok on the server?
    I'm not an Outlook user - I can't say.
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  8. #8  
    Your PST file is something local to your machine. There is no reason to upload it to the server. A PST will be created on every computer you set up your Exchange account in Outlook on.

    For syncing to multiple PC's with your device, open the Outlook Conduit (Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Memo) go to the settings page and select the Multiple PC sync option. This allows you to stay in sync with multiple computers as it will track on the server what you do and don't already have.
  9. #9  
    Quote Originally Posted by dang
    There is no reason to upload it to the server.
    Actually, there are a few reasons you can upload your PST to the server. You have the ability to have it backed up on tape, you can access it from multiple computers (not at the same time), you can have others access it...Just to name a few.

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