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Old 02-17-2007, 12:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Here is the situation, I am trying to interface with two separate companies but share one calendar. With one company I am connecting via BES and wirelessly syncing my calendar and contacts. With the second company I planning on syncing on a Mac with PocketMac. Is there a potential problem when the calendars conflict? Is this even possible?
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So, you only want to have access to one calendar on your BlackBerry? Which Calendar? The one from the BES company or the Mac client? You can have the BES admin disable Wireless Calendar sync or within the PocketMac (not sure) you should be able to disable calendar sync...

You cant do both, I think it would jumble both calendars together and cause conflicts.

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I wanted to, as you say 'jumble' them together. Otherwise, it is hard to tell if I am free for meetings without looking at both calendars. Right now, the solution is two blackberrys. It is cumbersome to look back and forth. I didn't think it would be possible, as I also think it would conflict. I just wasn't sure how the blackberry would handle the conflicts.
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