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Question Calendar labels can't sync

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Has anyone come up with a solution that will sync calendar labels with Outlook on more than one computer? I know the BB PIM doesn't sync labels. Pocket Informant can only sync consistently with one computer and at last look Agendus couldn't accomplish this either. (Internal syncing between PI & BB PIM either loses or doubles data and wastes far too much precious space.)

I need to be able to color code my appts. in Outlook and maintain that color coding between my work computer, my BlackBerry Curve and my home computer. Seemed like a simple request but no one seems to be able to handle it.

Any suggestions would be most welcome.
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