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  1. #1
    Andre deCav
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    For all of you who have been desperately trying to sync your T610 or
    T616 with bluetooth to your PC (Outlook), I believe I have found the
    answers. After about six hours of messing with this thing, I have
    finally figured out how to get this done. Here are things I noticed,
    followed by what I believe the steps are to reproducing the situation
    (I've been too scared to try to reproduce it -- it works now and its
    staying this way).

    First off, I am using the Belkin USB Bluetooth Adapter. It is a nice
    small dongle with a suite of bluetooth tools. I am using the software
    that was supplied with the Belkin and am using the IrMC
    Synchronization.

    Here are my observations (with Contacts):
    --When the contact books (in Outlook and on the Phone) are not the
    same for your first sync, you get a "Bad OPEX response" error.

    --When you empty your contact book on the phone and attempt to sync,
    you get a "Synchronization complete" but no contacts are copied to the
    phone.

    --When you add a new contact to the outlook address book, that item is
    synched to the phone

    --BUT when you copy a contact from another folder in to the default
    contact folder, the contact does not sync.


    With this realized, here is my solution (for Contacts):
    --Install the bluetooth adapter from scratch (if you already have it
    installed, uninstall and reinstall).

    --Setup a partnership with the phone, and apply AT LEAST the IrMC
    Synchronization and OPEX Object Push with the phone. (If you want
    other features, you can add those as well now).

    --Configure IrMC to sync contacts (address book) and calendar to your
    phone (if you want calendar). DO NOT SYNC YET.

    --Use OPEX Object Push to copy all your contacts to your phone (your
    phone contact list must be empty. Delete all the entrys using the
    "delete all" in the phone book options (the passcode is 0000 if you
    haven't changed it). If you have any entrys you want to copy to the
    PC, send them over bluetooth prior to deleting.)

    --Click to sync the phone and the computer (double click IrMC
    Synchronization icon in My Bluetooth Places)

    --This should be complete



    I had no problem with calendar, but there are a few things I may need
    to make note of:
    --Make sure you don't have too many appointments -- it takes a long
    time to sync. Delete anything you don't need, and make sure
    reoccuring events don't date back to the 80's or something (like some
    birthdays that were in my calendar). If they do, delete them.

    --Interrupting and resyncing can cause confusion and mess up your
    calendar and create dupicate copies. Never inturrupt a sync unless it
    is absolutely necissary.

    Good luck syncing! Hope this works for you all!

    ..-={MrdeCav}=-.



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  2. #2
    Scott C
    Guest

    Re: T610 Sync to Outlook with Bluetooth (Belkin USB Adapter)

    I too had a bit of trouble AFTER I messed around with my original install,
    which messed things up.. it worked perfect out of the box (using Belkin
    too). At this point I just turn on (enable) my Bluetooth on the phone and it
    does an auto sync with the computer. This is real nice as if changes are
    made to my phone list while I'm away from the computer, as soon as I enter
    the room, it sync's up, copies the changes to the computer, and it's done..
    (assuming I have B/T on in the phone when I enter the room).

    *** For me, the KEY was going into My Bluetooth Places on your desktop and
    running the wizard from there.. this enables the serial port, OBEX file
    transfer (for phone files - pictures, sounds, midi ring tones) and IrMC
    sync.. Once this is done, my 2nd setup worked perfect too. Be sure to enable
    AUTOSYNC if you want this function, and this is located on the taskbar, the
    little grey phone, XTND Connect..

    sc

    "Andre deCav" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > For all of you who have been desperately trying to sync your T610 or
    > T616 with bluetooth to your PC (Outlook), I believe I have found the
    > answers. After about six hours of messing with this thing, I have
    > finally figured out how to get this done. Here are things I noticed,
    > followed by what I believe the steps are to reproducing the situation
    > (I've been too scared to try to reproduce it -- it works now and its
    > staying this way).
    >
    > First off, I am using the Belkin USB Bluetooth Adapter. It is a nice
    > small dongle with a suite of bluetooth tools. I am using the software
    > that was supplied with the Belkin and am using the IrMC
    > Synchronization.
    >
    > Here are my observations (with Contacts):
    > --When the contact books (in Outlook and on the Phone) are not the
    > same for your first sync, you get a "Bad OPEX response" error.
    >
    > --When you empty your contact book on the phone and attempt to sync,
    > you get a "Synchronization complete" but no contacts are copied to the
    > phone.
    >
    > --When you add a new contact to the outlook address book, that item is
    > synched to the phone
    >
    > --BUT when you copy a contact from another folder in to the default
    > contact folder, the contact does not sync.
    >
    >
    > With this realized, here is my solution (for Contacts):
    > --Install the bluetooth adapter from scratch (if you already have it
    > installed, uninstall and reinstall).
    >
    > --Setup a partnership with the phone, and apply AT LEAST the IrMC
    > Synchronization and OPEX Object Push with the phone. (If you want
    > other features, you can add those as well now).
    >
    > --Configure IrMC to sync contacts (address book) and calendar to your
    > phone (if you want calendar). DO NOT SYNC YET.
    >
    > --Use OPEX Object Push to copy all your contacts to your phone (your
    > phone contact list must be empty. Delete all the entrys using the
    > "delete all" in the phone book options (the passcode is 0000 if you
    > haven't changed it). If you have any entrys you want to copy to the
    > PC, send them over bluetooth prior to deleting.)
    >
    > --Click to sync the phone and the computer (double click IrMC
    > Synchronization icon in My Bluetooth Places)
    >
    > --This should be complete
    >
    >
    >
    > I had no problem with calendar, but there are a few things I may need
    > to make note of:
    > --Make sure you don't have too many appointments -- it takes a long
    > time to sync. Delete anything you don't need, and make sure
    > reoccuring events don't date back to the 80's or something (like some
    > birthdays that were in my calendar). If they do, delete them.
    >
    > --Interrupting and resyncing can cause confusion and mess up your
    > calendar and create dupicate copies. Never inturrupt a sync unless it
    > is absolutely necissary.
    >
    > Good luck syncing! Hope this works for you all!
    >
    > .-={MrdeCav}=-.






  3. #3
    fruit
    Guest

    Re: T610 Sync to Outlook with Bluetooth (Belkin USB Adapter)

    Scott C wrote:

    > I too had a bit of trouble AFTER I messed around with my original install,
    > which messed things up.. it worked perfect out of the box (using Belkin
    > too).


    Me too, then I lost synch on both IR and BT, no phone or SIM in phone
    monitor. Tried SW and driver upgrades, reinstalls all to no effect.

    The answer finally for me was to power off the phone, remove battery then
    let it reboot. All working fine now.

    fruit
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  4. #4

    Re: T610 Sync to Outlook with Bluetooth (Belkin USB Adapter)

    "fruit" <[email protected]rg.uk> wrote in message
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    > --
    > A. Top posters
    > Q. What is the most annoying thing on Usenet?


    I like this sig!

    Can I use it when trying to explain why top posting makes it impossible to
    follow a thread?

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  5. #5
    Bill Lentz
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    Re: T610 Sync to Outlook with Bluetooth (Belkin USB Adapter)

    A. But then you'll just p.o. all of the Jeopardy fans...

    On Thu, 1 Jan 2004 16:21:01 -0000, ">[email protected]@-<"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >"fruit" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >> --
    >> A. Top posters
    >> Q. What is the most annoying thing on Usenet?

    >
    >I like this sig!
    >
    >Can I use it when trying to explain why top posting makes it impossible to
    >follow a thread?





  6. #6

    Re: T610 Sync to Outlook with Bluetooth (Belkin USB Adapter)

    "Bill Lentz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > A. But then you'll just p.o. all of the Jeopardy fans...
    >


    No comment......

    *sigh*

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