I have purchased Outlook 2007, now I find out that I need it with

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Colin_d_Cox_UK

Hi,

Please help I am so frustrated with my transition to Vista, I bought
Outlook 2007, (I was told I needed it to sync with PDA,) now I find out that
I need Business Contact Manager, how and where can I get the license and
download code for just Business Contact Manager.

Thanks in advance

Colin

 
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DL

You dont need BCM to sync with a PDA, if thats what your are saying

There are two versions of Outlook
1) Outlook 2007
2) Outlook 2007 with BCM
BCM is not a seperate product

If you purchase an Office suite *some* come with Outlook + BCM
http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/suites/FX101677751033.aspx

"Colin_d_Cox_UK" <Colin_d_Cox_UK> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> Please help I am so frustrated with my transition to Vista, I bought
> Outlook 2007, (I was told I needed it to sync with PDA,) now I find out
> that
> I need Business Contact Manager, how and where can I get the license and
> download code for just Business Contact Manager.
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Colin
>


 
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Colin_d_Cox_UK

DL Thanks for the reply, I need to sync (On Vista) the Outlook 2007
calendar, contacts and tasks to my PDA, as I did with my old version of
Outlook 2003, runing on Win2000 (which used MS ActiveSync)

I hope that is clearer if you can point me in the direction to achieve the
above, I will be very happy, and thankful

Colin

"DL" wrote:

> You dont need BCM to sync with a PDA, if thats what your are saying
>
> There are two versions of Outlook
> 1) Outlook 2007
> 2) Outlook 2007 with BCM
> BCM is not a seperate product
>
> If you purchase an Office suite *some* come with Outlook + BCM
> http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/suites/FX101677751033.aspx
>
> "Colin_d_Cox_UK" <Colin_d_Cox_UK> wrote in message
> news:B2FC2120-0148-4734-8242-39C0A2EA7BAE@microsoft.com...
> > Hi,
> >
> > Please help I am so frustrated with my transition to Vista, I bought
> > Outlook 2007, (I was told I needed it to sync with PDA,) now I find out
> > that
> > I need Business Contact Manager, how and where can I get the license and
> > download code for just Business Contact Manager.
> >
> > Thanks in advance
> >
> > Colin
> >

>
>
>

 
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Colin_d_Cox_UK

FOUND IT SORRY, Thnaks for your HELP outlook updates the Windows Mobile
Device centre. I am now very happy, all I have to do now is get rid of the
0x0150004 erroe, which I am working on. seriously BIG THANKs

Colin

"Colin_d_Cox_UK" wrote:

> DL Thanks for the reply, I need to sync (On Vista) the Outlook 2007
> calendar, contacts and tasks to my PDA, as I did with my old version of
> Outlook 2003, runing on Win2000 (which used MS ActiveSync)
>
> I hope that is clearer if you can point me in the direction to achieve the
> above, I will be very happy, and thankful
>
> Colin
>
> "DL" wrote:
>
> > You dont need BCM to sync with a PDA, if thats what your are saying
> >
> > There are two versions of Outlook
> > 1) Outlook 2007
> > 2) Outlook 2007 with BCM
> > BCM is not a seperate product
> >
> > If you purchase an Office suite *some* come with Outlook + BCM
> > http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/suites/FX101677751033.aspx
> >
> > "Colin_d_Cox_UK" <Colin_d_Cox_UK> wrote in message
> > news:B2FC2120-0148-4734-8242-39C0A2EA7BAE@microsoft.com...
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Please help I am so frustrated with my transition to Vista, I bought
> > > Outlook 2007, (I was told I needed it to sync with PDA,) now I find out
> > > that
> > > I need Business Contact Manager, how and where can I get the license and
> > > download code for just Business Contact Manager.
> > >
> > > Thanks in advance
> > >
> > > Colin
> > >

> >
> >
> >

 
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