Sync Dorid with Outlook 2003

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    I have been looking around for software that will sync all outlook functions. I want my Droid and Outlook to sync 100% so that when I delete an email on my Droid it deletes it on my Outlook and when I send from my Droid a copy goes in my sent box on Outlook. I have found lots of options. What are people using here?
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    Have you tried referring to the existing threads? There's quite a bit of existing discussion. Also check out Home | syncdroid.net - because Androids need a good Outlook sync

    That's going to depend on your mail server and not syncing with Outlook. Your device does not interact with Outlook for email.
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    Droid X to Outlook sync via usb

    I have looked through the threads and have not found one that directly addresses my need. I want to sync the Droid X with Outlook 2007. I want to sync contacts and calendar only. I am behind a secure firewall and cannot do this wirelessly. It must be done via USB cable. Do you know of a reliable way to do this? It was a piece of cake with my HTC Incredible. It appears it is more difficult with the X. Please help.:frown:
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    Syncing Droid to Outlook

    I use DejaOffice and its PC link, CompanionLink for everything but email. It is as close to a perfect link with my Outlook 2003 as I could find. For the email I use the HTC mail program and tell it to leave the mail on the server. That way I can review mail via the phone when I am away from my desktop and delete it as I go if there is nothing important. Becasue it is still on the server it gets sent to my desktop also (no delete option) and I get to check it again when I get back to my desk. I get hundreds of emails a day and it only takes a moment to find the spam and delete it so it is no big deal.