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Old 04-26-2006, 03:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am getting an error message on the Desktop Manager. It reads while trying to snch. You are not connected to exchange. Please set up your profile before snching and re-run the snching process or something to that nature. I have tried re-installing the application. My corporate email through exchange works just fine. I still receive emails on both BB and outlook. Any ideas?
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Upgraded server to 4.1. Hell with desktop manager
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You need to map the PIM to Outlook mail, address, motes, etc. On the Sync screen in Desktop you will see an item called PIM. Go into that a select what you want
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