How do I get notes from Outlook 2000 on a PC onto my Iphone 3G with 3.0?

Today I upgraded my Iphone to 3.0. Everything went right, except...notes.
I have an old Dell desktop. Windows XP and Outlook 2000. When syncing, iTunes shows "syncing notes" for a while. However when the sync is complete there are no notes on the iPhone. I have never used notes on the iPhone but have over 400 within Outlook. It would be really great if I could get these notes onto my iPhone. I have tried power cycling the phone. Stoping and restarting iTunes. Checking the setting to replace all notes on the iPhone with the notes within Outlook.
joematsAsked:
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j_stoneCommented:
This should do it..

http://ioutnotes.blogspot.com/
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j_stoneCommented:
you need the newer firmware I think, 3.02
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akahanCommented:
Those posts made no sense.  Ioutnotes is something that transferred notes prior to Apple implementing the feature in firmware 3.00.

Firmware 3.02 isn't out yet; 3.01 is only in beta testing.

I think your problem is that you're using Outlook 2000.  The iPhone is only fully compatible with Outlook 2003 and 2007.  
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joematsAuthor Commented:
Thank you for reading my question. I upgraded to Outlook 2003 and I finally have my iPhone complete.

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akahanCommented:
Thanks for the kind comment.  I'm glad Experts Exchange has been helpful to you.
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