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Several Contact Folder Levels

Several Contact Folder Levels

Several Contact Folder Levels

(OP)
Dear all,

I run a 515 on W2K, now successfully after having given my girlfriends account (it's her's, I'm all for Psion) Admin rights for the Outlook conduits to be installed completely.
I used the SW provided on the CD by manually launching the setup.exe.

Question:
- Is there a was to synch several contact folders at once into the Palm (for example: Restaurants, then Italy, France etc)?
- If yes, will they all melt into one 'adress-pot' afterwards?
- If I cannot do it like this, is there a way to match the categories within palm with an according folder? (Or does this category field exist in Outloook)?

Basically, a solid synch is asked for different folders and levels.....that should be possible with the marlket leader, no?

Many thanks for replies in advance
LM

RE: Several Contact Folder Levels

I use Desktop To Go and I can sync categories with no problems at all.

http://www.dataviz.com

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