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REX6000 and OUTLOOK 2003
PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 1:22 pm Reply with quote
aviariav
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Hi,
I used my REX6000 with WIN2000, and now I have upgraded my notebook to XP and OUTLOOK 2003.

I've upgraded my REX following the instructions as detailed on http://gregsearle.tripod.com/rex_tips.html -- and many thanks for that!):

It looks happy, but when I hit the "configure" I get the "intellisync for Rex configuration", and when an item is selected and "choose" clicked, I get two options:

*IS Mobile Network
*MS Outlook

Selecting MS Outlook brings the "Map Rex Contact Folder" screen "Contact" is shown but hitting the Browse bottom does not open any screen (just no response):

I tried it with all other REX folders, with the same results: the only option which seems to be active is when I select IS Mobile Network => Contacts: this marks the REX Application box (the others does not!) and fills in the file name at the bottom (c:\program files\rex6000\pim\data\default\address.dat: this does not seems to me to be a destination file, isn't it?)

Any suggestion will be mostly appreciated!
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 5:26 pm Reply with quote
eallendeposse
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First you have to create a new outlook data file. The format of this file has to be "outlook 97-2002 personal folder file".
I hope it helps.
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