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synchronizing outlook calender

synchronizing outlook calender

synchronizing outlook calender

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Hi all,
I have a visor prism, w/datebook+ for my calender.  on my PC, i have outlook 2002.  If i put new dates in outlook 2002, it will update on my visor.  But i put dates in my visor, and it won't put them on my PC.

The sychronization setting is to synchronize the files, I don't have it set to have PC override handheld.

My e-mail and contacts are synchronizing just fine, it's just a problem with my calender.

I assume that these should be synchronizing, and don't know what's wrong.

I installed the Desktop TO-GO app from www.downloads.com, This one synchronizes my files, but it's only a trial version and I'll have to pay $50 to buy it after 15 days.

Do I have to buy this program, or is there an error occuring w/my handheld.

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