Outlook2010 64bit can't sync with Windows Mobile Device Center

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Marc Bosch

Hi there,

just installed Office2010 64Bit on my Desktop.

(Clean Install of Windows7 64-Bit Pro, no other Email-Software, not even

Windows Live Mail)

Sadly it says when my mobile phone (HTC Touch Diamond 2) is connected:

(Google Translate from German)

"there is no default email client available, or the current mail client can

not fulfill the messaging requirements. Run Microsoft Outlook and set Outlook

as default email client"

I tested 32Bit Outlook2010 on my Laptop - it works fine with sync - but not

the 64Bit Version.

Already read the complaints of other German users in the web - nobody seems

to have an answer.

It seems as this is a Windows Mobile Device Center Problem as this is not

64-Bit.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/office2010/thread/7386512f-66cc-4a7a-97e3-34ae6cee9a83

Can anybody please help?

Regards,

Marc
 
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Roady [MVP]

See your same question of 16 minutes earlier to which I had already

responded before you reposted.

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"Marc Bosch" <MarcBosch> wrote in message

news:1297B45D-C59A-4DF9-92D0-42982B05BFAE@microsoft.com...
> Hi there,

> just installed Office2010 64Bit on my Desktop.
> (Clean Install of Windows7 64-Bit Pro, no other Email-Software, not even
> Windows Live Mail)

> Sadly it says when my mobile phone (HTC Touch Diamond 2) is connected:
> (Google Translate from German)
> "there is no default email client available, or the current mail client
> can
> not fulfill the messaging requirements. Run Microsoft Outlook and set
> Outlook
> as default email client"

> I tested 32Bit Outlook2010 on my Laptop - it works fine with sync - but
> not
> the 64Bit Version.
> Already read the complaints of other German users in the web - nobody
> seems
> to have an answer.

> It seems as this is a Windows Mobile Device Center Problem as this is not
> 64-Bit.
> http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/office2010/thread/7386512f-66cc-4a7a-97e3-34ae6cee9a83

> Can anybody please help?

> Regards,
> Marc
 

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