Synchronizing Outlook 2010 and a Windows Mobile smartphone


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PSZ

I'm running Windows 7 64-bits (French version). I found that after installing
Office 2010 64-bits (also French version), the Windows Mobile Data center
will no longer "see" the synchronization partnership. After searching for a
solution, I found out that WMDC will *not* be upgraded to support 64-bit
Outlook, which is a totally stupid decision.

Is this decision final, or will someone come to their senses in the
foreseeable future?

In the meantime, is it possible to install Outlook 2010 32-bits and the rest
of the Office 2010 components in 64-bits?

Thank you.
 
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Roady [MVP]

You can contact Microsoft Support directly to ask them for an official
statement and open a case so you can track the progress on it or submit a
feature request (64-bit support). For feature requests no support charges
will apply.

And no, you cannot mix 32-bit and 64-bit when it comes to Office components.
You'll have to use everything in 32-bit or everything in 64-bit. Note that
the current benefit of 64-bit Office is pretty much limited to having large
file support (>2GB) for Excel and Access. In pretty much any other case it
is recommended to stick with the 32-bit versions.
 
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Diler Aslan

I have the same problem. Is that still a problem? Then Do we have to return to the Microsoft outlook 2007?
Bets regards
 
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Brian Tillman

I have the same problem. Is that still a problem? Then Do we have to
return to the Microsoft outlook
2007?
Bets regards

There are very few reasons to use the 64 bit version of Office and you
cannot mix applications from the 32 bit suite with other applications from
the 64 bit suite.
 

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