Need help - Wireless ActiveSync with Dell Axim x30

  GibsonSt19 11:22 29 Jan 05
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Hi there, I've recentl (yesterday) set up my wireless network (Netgear DG834GT router) and have managed to get my x30 to both browse the net and directly send/receive emails through Pocket Outlook, however I'd like to be able to sync my x30 wirelessly using ActiveSync.

I've tried as many ways as I can think, but it just won't do it. I've used a couple of guides online too (ikehikers wifi guide), and although helpful, they've not given me what I need.

Would anyone know about this, and be willing to give some step by step setup instructions?

  GibsonSt19 12:21 30 Jan 05

But I'm gooing to have to BUMP myself :D

  GibsonSt19 11:41 01 Feb 05

I feel invisible :(

  Dan 13:53 12 May 05

but as I was searching for some other info on the X30 I found this which might help

click here

I expect you've already seen it :p

  wx622 14:09 12 May 05

I have an iPAQ hx4700, and it works on 802.11b perfectly on my home wireless network and with my router (e.g. internet access etc), but I too cannot get my PDA to wirelessly connect with ActiveSync. It is the worst bit of software I have ever come across. There is just no functionality or support for wireless- only bluetooth. I have looked for a guide for a long time- no luck yet. Hopefully, Microsoft will bring out a better version than 3.8 soon.

  GibsonSt19 10:22 14 Jun 05

Activesync is on v4.0 now, so I'll have another shot at this. Thanks all.

  GibsonSt19 10:22 14 Jun 05

Activesync is on v4.0 now, so I'll have another shot at this. Thanks all.

  GibsonSt19 10:22 14 Jun 05

Activesync is on v4.0 now, so I'll have another shot at this. Thanks all.

  GibsonSt19 10:23 14 Jun 05

Ah well

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