Windows 10

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HawkeEye
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Windows 10

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Any update on a version that will be supported under Windows 10?
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Re: Windows 10

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Current version supports Windows 10. Thanks.
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Re: Windows 10

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When I try to sync in Win 10 I get a "cannot find PST files" on trying to match. the folders are pointed correctly on both sides.
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Re: Windows 10

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[img]c:\users\robert\desktop\ezoutlookerror.png[/img]I did a reinstall and what I get is "either there is no default mail client or the current client cannot fulfill the messaging request. Please run Microsoft Outlook and set it as the default client" it is set as the default client!
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Re: Windows 10

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What's your MS Office version and edition (32-bit or a 64-bit version)? What's the program version and edition (Pro or Standard one)? Thanks.
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Re: Windows 10

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Office 2010 32 bit
Pro I believe version 3
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Re: Windows 10

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Please try to set Outlook as default mail client. Follow these steps:
- On the Tools menu in MS Outlook, click Options, and then click the Other tab
- Under General, select the Make Outlook the default program for E-mail, Contacts, and Calendar check box

Will that make any difference?
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Re: Windows 10

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Actually I had already done this. There is a strange new twist in Windows 10 that I have inquired about and received no response. They will let you set the default program for mail to Outlook, but not the default calendar. No idea why other than they are trying to push everyone toward Office 365, a place I do not want to go. This little twist might have something to do with it.

if you check the checkbox in options it will let that stand. But if you try to click the default programs button it refers you back to the settings link in Windows 10. That is where they will not recognize Outlook for calendars. No idea why you cannot get to the PST files on both sides of the links, but you cannot.
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Re: Windows 10

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Robert, we think we know the cause of the problem. Will try to fix and release a new version. I'll post any updates here. Thanks!
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Re: Windows 10

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Robert, new version is out, please download it from here:
http://www.ezoutlooksync.com/index.php?r=download
It's now fully compatible with Windows 10. Thanks!
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Re: Windows 10

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Works great, thanks for the good work.
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Re: Windows 10

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Good, thanks very much for the confirmation!
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Re: Windows 10

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I had one other issue that was resolved with the next release, so I think this is buttoned up. Is there a way to sync the rules? one gap seems to be that a rule created on one computer does not transfer to the other in a way that is accepted as valid. Or, is there a way rules should be created to make them transferrable?
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Re: Windows 10

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Installation says it needs Outlook but previously my OS was win7 and now its win10
do I need to download outlook?
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Re: Windows 10

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after searching my pc for outlook .. I can see there is outlook 2007
but installation says you need outlook to work
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