Archived from groups: microsoft.public.pocketpc (More info?)
On Tue, 9 Nov 2004 18:17:26 +0200, "robert" <email@example.com>
>I have Loox 610, a common PDA
>I like to keep Outlook running and write down tasks there and when going
>out, to sync and take tasks with me.
>Pocket PC 2003 doesn't support any tasks sorting. There is subject and
>priority in my PDA but these don't work.
>I tried also to make Tasks subfolders in my desktop Oulook but appears these
>doesn't sync at all.
>Is this normal or did I missed something?
>Is there any 3rd party application capable to sync from desktop Outlook task
>list and display these intelligently on PDA?
>I just don't want any more extra applications to run on my PC.
Sub-folder sync is not supported. There is only one "folder" on the
Pocket PC for tasks. My suggestion is to use categories for tasks
rather than folders - this still allows you to see only specific
categories (see below).
As for task sorting, you can sort by selecting the way you want to
sort in the upper right side of the screen - you can select sorting by
status, priority, subject, etc. In the upper left portion of the
screen, you can filter by categories - so you only see the category
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