Supporting the Pocket PC 2002 Synchronization with Microsoft Exchange 2003

The Pocket PC 2002 operating system was one of the first Windows CE family of products that supported mobile communications. The hardware devices, such as the Compaq iPaq, had either PCMCIA wireless adapters or built-in 802.11 and Bluetooth wireless communications to the devices. Later versions of the Pocket PC 2002 devices came with mobile phone connections for a combination of mobile phone and wireless LAN connectivity.

A three-step process enabled a Pocket PC 2002 device to synchronize information between the device and Exchange 2003:

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Configure the Pocket PC 2002 network connection.
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Configure the Pocket PC 2002 ActiveSync parameters.
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Choose to synchronize the ...

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