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Deborah_B
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DLB - Outlook 2010, Windows 7 32-bit, HotSync 7.0.2, Palm Desktop Access 6.2.2

I installed the Outlook 2007 conduit.

 

I installed the Hex edited ocpConduitUI.dll & ocpNotifier.dll

 

I use to sync the TX to another computer running Outlook 2007 with a USB cable. I am now on a new computer running W7 32-bit using Bluetooth. I do not understand the message in Blue as I cannot find the HotSync Custom Dialog and where is the conduit settings and change what in the Outlook Dialog. The user name on the TX and on the HotSync are the same. I have no idea what to change. Please help!

 

 

Now I get this message:

 

This handheld is associated with a different Outlook profile.
To synchronize with that profile, close Outlook and synchronize again.
to use this device with the current outlook profile, open the HotSync
custom dialog and change the conduit settings to use this Outlook profile.


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DLB - Outlook 2010, Windows 7 32-bit, HotSync 7.0.2, Palm Desktop Access 6.2.2

With Outlook closed. Click on the Hotsync Icon on the tray and select Settings.

Click on Applications to bring up the screen in the middle.

For each Outlook item below, select one and click Configure.

 

Click on Settings to get the next screen.

 

Put your profile name in the blank box labeled:  Outlook Profile

Mine originally showed “Outlook” for the profile name and I selected my real profile  name.

That is why I could not sync my Palm TX.

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