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  1. #1
    Frank Lekens
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    I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book from
    my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be able to
    synchronize it with my Ericsson.

    This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the snail
    mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data (phone numbers &
    email addresses).

    Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    Outlook 2000)?
    Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have to enter all those
    data by hand?

    MTIA.
    --
    Frank
    (xs4all dot nl is where it's really



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  2. #2
    pete devlin
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    Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book

    In message <kzy[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    <[email protected]> writes
    >I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book
    >from my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be
    >able to synchronize it with my Ericsson.
    >
    >This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the
    >snail mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data (phone
    >numbers & email addresses).
    >
    >Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    >Outlook 2000)? Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have to
    >enter all those data by hand?


    What phone?
    --
    Pete Devlin
    [{//////news03//////at\\\\\secondrow/////co\\\\\uk}]
    "And don’t forget my dog, fixed and consequent"



  3. #3
    Frank Lekens
    Guest

    K750i Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book (was: synchronizing with Outlook address book)

    Op Thu, 5 Jan 2006 10:37:08 +0000 schreef pete devlin:

    > In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    > <[email protected]> writes
    >>I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book
    >>from my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be
    >>able to synchronize it with my Ericsson.
    >>
    >>This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the
    >>snail mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data (phone
    >>numbers & email addresses).
    >>
    >>Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    >>Outlook 2000)? Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have to
    >>enter all those data by hand?

    >
    > What phone?


    Yes, sorry. K750i. In all the excitement I forgot.
    --
    Frank
    (xs4all dot nl is where it's really



  4. #4
    pete devlin
    Guest

    Re: K750i Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book (was: synchronizing with Outlook address book)

    In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    <[email protected]> writes
    >Op Thu, 5 Jan 2006 10:37:08 +0000 schreef pete devlin:
    >
    >> In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    >> <[email protected]> writes
    >>>I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book
    >>>from my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be
    >>>able to synchronize it with my Ericsson.
    >>>
    >>>This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the
    >>>snail mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data (phone
    >>>numbers & email addresses).
    >>>
    >>>Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    >>>Outlook 2000)? Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have to
    >>>enter all those data by hand?

    >>
    >> What phone?

    >
    >Yes, sorry. K750i. In all the excitement I forgot.


    Not a problem I have had. Did you try the advanced synch first ensuring
    that Outlook is the default address book?
    --
    Pete Devlin
    [{//////news03//////at\\\\\secondrow/////co\\\\\uk}]
    "And don’t forget my dog, fixed and consequent"



  5. #5
    Frank Lekens
    Guest

    Re: K750i Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book

    Op Thu, 5 Jan 2006 10:53:19 +0000 schreef pete devlin:

    > In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    > <[email protected]> writes
    >>Op Thu, 5 Jan 2006 10:37:08 +0000 schreef pete devlin:
    >>
    >>> In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    >>> <[email protected]> writes
    >>>>I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book
    >>>>from my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be
    >>>>able to synchronize it with my Ericsson.
    >>>>
    >>>>This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the
    >>>>snail mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data (phone
    >>>>numbers & email addresses).
    >>>>
    >>>>Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    >>>>Outlook 2000)? Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have to
    >>>>enter all those data by hand?
    >>>
    >>> What phone?

    >>
    >>Yes, sorry. K750i. In all the excitement I forgot.

    >
    > Not a problem I have had. Did you try the advanced synch first ensuring
    > that Outlook is the default address book?


    Well, I don't know... I used the synch programme in the Ericsson suite, and
    it *did* synch with my Outlook contacts (at least, one particular folder in
    it, the one I wanted to use). And it did seem to copy all contacts, just
    not *all* data fields. Weirdly.
    --
    Frank
    (xs4all dot nl is where it's really



  6. #6
    pete devlin
    Guest

    Re: K750i Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book

    In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    <[email protected]> writes
    >Op Thu, 5 Jan 2006 10:53:19 +0000 schreef pete devlin:
    >
    >> In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    >> <[email protected]> writes
    >>>Op Thu, 5 Jan 2006 10:37:08 +0000 schreef pete devlin:
    >>>
    >>>> In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    >>>> <[email protected]> writes
    >>>>>I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book
    >>>>>from my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be
    >>>>>able to synchronize it with my Ericsson.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the
    >>>>>snail mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data (phone
    >>>>>numbers & email addresses).
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    >>>>>Outlook 2000)? Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have to
    >>>>>enter all those data by hand?
    >>>>
    >>>> What phone?
    >>>
    >>>Yes, sorry. K750i. In all the excitement I forgot.

    >>
    >> Not a problem I have had. Did you try the advanced synch first ensuring
    >> that Outlook is the default address book?

    >
    >Well, I don't know... I used the synch programme in the Ericsson suite, and
    >it *did* synch with my Outlook contacts (at least, one particular folder in
    >it, the one I wanted to use). And it did seem to copy all contacts, just
    >not *all* data fields. Weirdly.


    Download the latest PC Suite from sonyericsson.com. Remove the old
    version before installing.
    Open outlook, make sure it checks whether it is the default address book
    and say yes.
    On the start button find the sony ericsson advanced synch and make sure
    that you are transferring ALL data from computer to phone.
    A little pop up will ask for permission to access outlook data. Allow
    access for 10 mins (max) [This might have been your problem!]
    If it still doesn't work try firmware upgrade on SEUS.
    Scratch head.
    Give up :O)
    --
    Pete Devlin
    [{//////news03//////at\\\\\secondrow/////co\\\\\uk}]
    "And don’t forget my dog, fixed and consequent"



  7. #7
    Shak
    Guest

    Re: K750i Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book

    "pete devlin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    > <[email protected]> writes
    > >Op Thu, 5 Jan 2006 10:53:19 +0000 schreef pete devlin:
    > >
    > >> In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    > >> <[email protected]> writes
    > >>>Op Thu, 5 Jan 2006 10:37:08 +0000 schreef pete devlin:
    > >>>
    > >>>> In message <[email protected]>, Frank Lekens
    > >>>> <[email protected]> writes
    > >>>>>I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book
    > >>>>>from my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be
    > >>>>>able to synchronize it with my Ericsson.
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the
    > >>>>>snail mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data

    (phone
    > >>>>>numbers & email addresses).
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    > >>>>>Outlook 2000)? Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have

    to
    > >>>>>enter all those data by hand?
    > >>>>
    > >>>> What phone?
    > >>>
    > >>>Yes, sorry. K750i. In all the excitement I forgot.
    > >>
    > >> Not a problem I have had. Did you try the advanced synch first ensuring
    > >> that Outlook is the default address book?

    > >
    > >Well, I don't know... I used the synch programme in the Ericsson suite,

    and
    > >it *did* synch with my Outlook contacts (at least, one particular folder

    in
    > >it, the one I wanted to use). And it did seem to copy all contacts, just
    > >not *all* data fields. Weirdly.

    >
    > Download the latest PC Suite from sonyericsson.com. Remove the old
    > version before installing.
    > Open outlook, make sure it checks whether it is the default address book
    > and say yes.
    > On the start button find the sony ericsson advanced synch and make sure
    > that you are transferring ALL data from computer to phone.
    > A little pop up will ask for permission to access outlook data. Allow
    > access for 10 mins (max) [This might have been your problem!]
    > If it still doesn't work try firmware upgrade on SEUS.
    > Scratch head.
    > Give up :O)


    I thought the address field wasn't currently supported?

    Shak





  8. #8
    pete devlin
    Guest

    Re: K750i Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book

    In message <[email protected]>, Shak <[email protected]>
    writes
    >I thought the address field wasn't currently supported?


    I don't know whether it is officially "supported" but it most certainly
    works here. I don't think it does through FMA.
    --
    Pete Devlin
    [{//////news03//////at\\\\\secondrow/////co\\\\\uk}]
    "And don’t forget my dog, fixed and consequent"



  9. #9
    scheet
    Guest

    Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book

    Since two weeks I have the same problem.
    Till until then everything worked fine.

    When I try to sync the P900 with outlook 2003 I get a message saying that
    the PIM (Personal Information Manager) is not installed. And then it removes
    the Outlook 2000/01/02/03 option from the sync settings menu.

    So all other options are greyed out and cannot be selected, ie calander
    tasks.


    I suscpect an update from MS or an update of norton virus scanner, because
    that's the only thing that changed.


    I have outlook 2003 and windows 200o prof




    "Frank Lekens" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    news:[email protected]
    > I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book from
    > my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be able to
    > synchronize it with my Ericsson.
    >
    > This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the snail
    > mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data (phone numbers

    &
    > email addresses).
    >
    > Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    > Outlook 2000)?
    > Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have to enter all those
    > data by hand?
    >
    > MTIA.
    > --
    > Frank
    > (xs4all dot nl is where it's really






  10. #10
    Oxygen Software
    Guest

    Re: synchronizing with Outlook address book

    Hello!

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    http://www.opm-2.com/symbian/ )? Our program allows to import the phonebook
    from Microsoft Outlook and export it there as well. Also our program
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    Microsoft Excel ( .xls , .csv , .slk , .diff ), Plain-Text ( tab-delimited
    and fixed-size colums ), Database (.dbf) and Internet Documents ( HTML and
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    functionality ( except .CSV import ) for Calendar and To-Do list sections.
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    "scheet" <[email protected]> / :
    news:[email protected]
    > Since two weeks I have the same problem.
    > Till until then everything worked fine.
    >
    > When I try to sync the P900 with outlook 2003 I get a message saying that
    > the PIM (Personal Information Manager) is not installed. And then it

    removes
    > the Outlook 2000/01/02/03 option from the sync settings menu.
    >
    > So all other options are greyed out and cannot be selected, ie calander
    > tasks.
    >
    >
    > I suscpect an update from MS or an update of norton virus scanner, because
    > that's the only thing that changed.
    >
    >
    > I have outlook 2003 and windows 200o prof
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Frank Lekens" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I can't stand it: I took all this trouble to import the address book

    from
    > > my proper e-mail programme in that hopeless Outlook, only to be able to
    > > synchronize it with my Ericsson.
    > >
    > > This worked, more or less. But now I see that the address data (the

    snail
    > > mail address) hasn't been copied along with the other data (phone

    numbers
    > &
    > > email addresses).
    > >
    > > Is that a known problem (maybe with some versions of Outlook? I have
    > > Outlook 2000)?
    > > Or is synchronization simply limited, and will I have to enter all those
    > > data by hand?
    > >
    > > MTIA.
    > > --
    > > Frank
    > > (xs4all dot nl is where it's really

    >
    >






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