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Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Notes doubling - 6.Aug.2008 11:14:01 PM   
tilt4life

 

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Hi,

I have an ATT Tilt running on windows mobile 6.

When I first synced with my laptop (running Outlook 2007), it asked me which items I wanted to sync and I choose: Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Notes. I recently was connected my law school e-mail (using Outlook Web Acess) to my ATT Tilt also and it asked me which items I wanted to sync and I choose Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, E-mail and Notes.

Now when I checked my Outlook 2007 on my laptop, under Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Notes, I have two of each. For example, under Contacts I have Contacts and Contacts from Personal Folder. This is the same for Calendar, Tasks, and Notes.

So my question is are the from the same source or is each different (ie one from my Tilt connection through USB and one from my Tilt connection through OWA)? Should I delete one since they are just duplicates? Or can I just go to the options for whichever one and choose which items I do not want them to sync? Or should I just leave them as is?

Thanks for the help in advance.
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