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Truesync Motorola v60i driver?

Truesync Motorola v60i driver?

Truesync Motorola v60i driver?

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I have a motorola v60i .  I want to synchronize with outlook.  I can buy a cable and download the truesync 3.1 software from the Motorola site below.  Is this all I need or do I also need a device driver for my v60i?  If so where can I get that?

http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/software/motorola_ss_downloads.htm

RE: Truesync Motorola v60i driver?

THat's it.  You'll have to set up TS3.1 with 2 clients, one being your V60 and the other being Outlook.

RE: Truesync Motorola v60i driver?

(OP)
Yup works good.  Fyi.  I did not want email addresses and some other things downloaded to my phone book, but TrueSync would not save my changes to unmap these fields.  I found a work-around to just map these unwanted fields to some other empty field in Outlook I don't use.
  

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