converting .cdb to .mdb with handheld

I use activesync to convert the pocket access database files (.cdb) to access files on my desktop (.mdb).  Everything was working fine until today when I moved the files over they didn't convert over to .mdb and vice versa with moving the .mbd over to the handheld.  In active syncs edit file conversions menu I don't have the option to convert from one to the other anymore.

Any suggestions?
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Mikal613Commented:
what changed? What did you install? did you upgrade your version of activesync?
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Go_GetterAuthor Commented:
It looks like the version might have been upgraded from 3.X to 4.X with my new machine.  Although I  think I did the file conversion with the new version last week.
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Go_GetterAuthor Commented:
Does Active sync 4.X support the conversion anymore?
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Mikal613Commented:
in 4.2 the option is there only for PPC 2003 not wm5
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Go_GetterAuthor Commented:
so i guess i will just do the conversion back on my old machine...thanks.
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Go_GetterAuthor Commented:
that would work real well but we are rollling out a new program that just upgrades to CF-19 in a couple weeks...lol no more handhelds...so ill just use the old version for now...thank you.
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nauman_ahmedCommented:
Any idea if CESync work with Windows Mobile 6?
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nauman_ahmedCommented:
We ended up using PDA Tech Pocket PC CeSync v4 (http://www.pda-tec.com/pocketpccesync.shtml). It converts MDB <-> CDB on all versions of ActiveSync and even works with Vista!
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