Can't sync Outlook 2K3 calendar w/WM5 on hx1955

Discussion in 'ActiveSync' started by Rich Cunningham, Jan 6, 2006.

  1. I am frustrated to no end. I am having a strange activesync problem. I sync
    to two computers, home and work. Everything was fine at home, all my
    contacts, dates, notes and tasks transferred to the hx1955. On my work
    computer, I can sync contacts, notes and tasks, but when I try to sync the
    calendar, I get a window saying that Activesync has encountered a problem and
    needs to close. It then closes the Activesync window, but the task bar icon
    keeps rotating. It also locks up my Outlook 2003 program. What it puts on
    both of them is for the half hour that I am syncing (for example 3:00pm -
    3:30pm) it will put 20-25 blank appointments there. I have to unplug the
    hx1955 to make it stop syncing, then go in and delete all of the
    appointments. When I disconnect the hx1955, the Outlook screen goes totally
    white, and I have to reset the compter to correct that problem. It is also
    duplicating one of my recurring appointments, but for time only, not the
    events of the appointments. I have just about given up on solving this one,
    and going back to the Palm world!!!!!
    Rich Cunningham, Jan 6, 2006
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  2. Well, if ActiveSync crashed, I don't think it's surprising that other bad
    things happened after that. In Outlook 2003, do a Help | Detect and
    Repair... operation, after rebooting the machine. Try to sync again. What
    is the result?

    Paul T.
    Paul G. Tobey [eMVP], Jan 6, 2006
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  3. I tried it multiple times, and repaired Outlook multiple times. I gave up and
    returned the hx1955 to the store. I am going to look at getting a WM2003
    edition machine, one that I know will work.
    Rich Cunningham, Jan 6, 2006
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