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Outlook Notes Mobile – sync Notes directly with Exchange

Outlook Notes Mobile

If you’re an avid Windows Mobile user, you are familiar with the Notes application: you can create a short text or image note and have it sync to your desktop. Then the desktop will sync it to Exchange.

1. Only Pocket PCs come with the notes applications: Smartphones do not.
2. You must use your desktop ActiveSync connection to sync with Exchange; it does not sync directly.

To combat these issue Koushik Dutta has coded a nifty little tool that allows you to view, edit, and create notes on your Windows Mobile device, and sync directly with Exchange.

1. Start Outlook Notes Mobile.
2. Go to settings.
3. Enter the same login information you provided ActiveSync. (The server will be in the format of “mydomain.com” or “mail.mydomain.com”, ask your SysAdmin).
4. Synchronize. (There is no automatic synchronization).

If you have problems getting this application to work, it may be due to your Exchange server setup. The Microsoft “recommended” Exchange deployment does not expose the Exchange Web Service (it redirects all requests to the OWA client).

If you find this tool useful, please donate to the developer.

Source : koushikdutta.com


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  1. hi, I sync my windows mobile device to my desktop computer at home, I dont have anything like Exchange…but I am unable to see that my notes in the phone synced with Outlook 2007…any idea as to how to go about this?

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  2. If you have MS Office on your PC with OneNotes then I think you can sync notes on the PC with those on your device.( Provided you have the one notes client for PPC installed )

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  3. Excellent program! Very nice and works great! Can you add an option to synchronize along with ActiveSync? It could be easily forotten to sync it manually.. Of course, it would be wonderful if it would be bind with Exchange Push mechanism, as emails and calendar items do, but it’s already Exhange programming…

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  4. It is really disconcerting that this software shows your userid and (more importantly) password in plain text whenever you edit settings Anyone who picks up your PDA can easily view your mail account password!

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  5. Do you still have an Outlook Notes Mobile Application available.



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