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Old 06-22-2011, 09:45 AM
aspen aspen is offline can't sync with outlook Windows Vista can't sync with outlook Office v. X
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I cant select the check boxes next to the calender,email,notes and tasks etc. under "setup your devices in "windows mobile device center". when i clic on these boxes a massage apears "micro soft outlook not installed.
I have uninstalled and re istalled office a few times. The send and recieve
dialog box show as complet, but the green bar showing the progress though full is lit up.
can some one tell me whats wrong ?
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Old 06-22-2011, 04:55 PM
Kaneto Kaneto is offline can't sync with outlook Windows 7 64bit can't sync with outlook Office 2010 64bit
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This can happen when Outlook doesn't properly recognize the PST file being used to store data.

Click on Tools > Account Settings. Then click on the Data Files tab. If the box there shows up blank, then you'll need to add a new data file. Sometimes just the process of adding a data file and then closing and re-opening Outlook will be enough to cause the original data file to show up. If that doesn't work, then you'll have to actually import your data from the old file to the new one.

Hope this helps.

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