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How do I convert Notes from .msg to .pwi so I can export to mobile device?

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Microsoft Mobile 5.0 doesn't support *.msg files, so my Outlook Notes can't be exported to my mobile device. However, it supports the legacy *.pwi format, so if I could somehow convert my Outlook Notes to pwi, i could simply drag and drop or ActiveSync my notes.

I tried everywhere, and couldn't find a way. I even got OneNote but couldn't do it.

ANyone knows?
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The problem that you're experiencing stems from the fact that there's no Notes app on the Windows Powered Smartphones. But no need to worry, there are a couple of 3rd party applications that can solve the problem.

Smartphone Notes: http://www.syncdata.it/sphnotes.html
Phatnotes Smartphone edition: http://www.phatware.com/phatnotes/phatnotesphone.html 
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