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Blackberry Torch 9800/Outlook 2007

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I have a Blackberry Torch 9800 and I am trying to sync my Outlook 2007 Contacts, Calendars etc On my Windows PC using the Blackberry Desktop Software 6.0.0.43

However when I try this I do not see the option for Outlook (Only Ascii/Yahoo). Can anyone advise as to what the issue might be?
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Which version of windows?

Is this 32 or 64 bit?
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