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WM5, getting ActiveSync partnership settings from registry

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I am trying to retrieve the current ActiveSync partnership settings in Windows Mobile 5.

I could find most data in HKCU\Software\Microsoft\ActiveSync\Partners\{GUID}

But there are still subkeys in that key (I think it tells us whether to enable synchronization of Calendar, Inbox, etc - which is what I need now).
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\ActiveSync\Partners\{GUID}\subkey

But how do I tell which is Calendar, which is Inbox, etc?

Thank you.
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Make a change to the settings and see which GUID gets changed
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by:Hardi
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No, I need to grab all the data before I change it.
Because to change the partnership programmatically, you have to delete it first.
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I solved it.
Found it in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\ActiveSync\Engines
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