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big_thumb_ww
Hi Everyone-

I have a Zaurus SL-5600 and Sharp ROM 1.32. I have synced at home with Outlook using IMAP without issue.

I am now trying to sync at work, where they use Lotus Notes. It did not look like NotesSync supports the 5600 very well. So I thought I would use the Outlook connector to get my Lotus info and then use intellisync to sync to Outlook.

I downloaded the latest Intellisync from Sharp and installed it. When I run Sync Options on my Windows 2000 Pro desktop pc, I get the option of selecting MS Outlook. For Todo List, I select MS Outlook, click OK, and an error message comes up:

"The file or database name associated with Microsoft Outlook is missing,
invalid, or points to a file of zero length. Use the Browse button to
locate the file or database you wish to use with this application."

I click on the browse button and no windows ever come up. It just
pauses for a second, and then hands me back a mouse pointer with no new window.

Not sure what to do but ask questions:

1) Has anyone been able to sync with Lotus Notes using a 5600?

2) Has anyone been able to sync with Outlook connector?

3) Does anyone know the correct combination of OZ, NoteSync for the 56000 that works?

Thanks,
big_thumb
big_thumb_ww
Just an update - I think I figured out what I need to do this..... an iPAQ.
zeuss23
Hi big_thumb_ww,

Intellisync only works with a special kind from Outlook called *.pst. If you made a "nomal" Setup/Installation from Outlook it will be autimaticly created, but the Lotus Notes Connector creates a *.nst File. I spend so much Time to enable the Sync, but it wont work. sad.gif

With a iPAQ there are no Problems, it works fine.


zeuss23
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