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Old 06-20-2007, 03:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to import or sync my google calendar data to the blackberry calendar?
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Old 06-20-2007, 04:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Is there a way to import or sync my google calendar data to the blackberry calendar?
i haven't used it, but you might try gcalsync.

GCALSYNC - synchronize your phone with Google Calendar
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Old 06-20-2007, 04:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Is there a way to import or sync my google calendar data to the blackberry calendar?
There are several ways to do this, none easy and none clean. If you have BES you can get one of various tools that sync Google Calendar to your Desktop Outlook (and then BES will take care to sync your BlackBerry). That's what I use.

There are a couple tools for the BlackBerry directly, with varying degrees of success (especially if you have multiple calendars combined in Google).
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i haven't used it, but you might try gcalsync.

GCALSYNC - synchronize your phone with Google Calendar
Sadly, it only does the primary calendar and skips any additional google calendars you might have.
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I've bee using xxxxxxxxxxxxx by xxxxxxx for the last 8 months w/out issue. I am on BIS, don't use outlook to sync, and I've used it on a Cingy 8700, 8800 and now the 8300.
I've been experiencing dup calendar entries just like everyone else.
So frustrating.....
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How does mobilegCAL compare with Calendar Sync Applications

First and foremost, mobileGCAL is a realtime application. After sign-in, a user views or modifies their Calendar events in realtime. No waiting, no syncing, no hassle. You do not need to load any special software onto your device to make mobileGCAL work.

Syncing applications download or upload all the events in a users Calendar on every sync. This is time consuming and a waste of precious bandwidth. Remember, most wireless providers charge users for their bandwidth usage. With mobilegCAL, you will save a ton of bandwidth and reduce service fees associated with bandwidth usage as well.
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