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Facebook Outlook Sync for Windows Mobile
Are you still in love with Windows Mobile? This useful application, developed by XDA member JVH3 will let you add the Facebook pics to Outlook contacts on your device as the HTC UI only adds the pictures to your contacts but not in outlook. The latest version is fully skinnable and the images now fill the whole space. You need to have Sense 2.5 for this app to work. The developer recommends to make sure you sync with Facebook before running it.
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Originally posted by JVH3
[APP] Facebook Outlook Sync for Sense 2.5
NEW VERSION Uploaded (Feb 4, 2011): FB2ContactPicSync_v1003.CAB
Images now fill the whole space.
And the potential for the initial contact crash is fixed.
And the skinning can use pngs with transparency.
And it should be installable to the storage card now.
I developed an app to add the facebook pic to outlook contacts.
Sense 2.5 automatically adds images to your device to be used for your contacts in Sense.
But, the image is not added to your outlook contacts.
I went through the threads that it suggested before creating this thread.
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