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Deactivating sync on Palm Treo 750

Posted on 2006-10-27
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Hi!

I've got Palm Treo 750v. I've set it up to work as a phone and PDA (using activesync and sync with our Exchange server). How I can disable receiving emails whenever I want manualy and then enable whenever I need to? On PDAs we've got here there is a Comms Manager which does it, but on Palm this Comms Manager doesn't exist.


Many Thanks,

Nat
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In the ActiveSync settings you can change the "Schedule" option to "Manually" instead of "As Items Arrive".
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