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Old 03-28-2008, 03:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When using Missing Sync, my calendar and contacts sync perfectly, but I get an error when it comes to the tasks. It says there is a problem with my settings, but I can't figure out what it is. I've searched here and on google, but I haven't had much luck figuring out how to fix this. Is it even possible? I'm using an 8320 Curve.
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What's the error, you get for the Tasks sync?
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Starting configurePlugin.
Starting calendarMatrixSetup.
reconcilePrefsCalendarsToFullList.
destinationPopupSetup.
Ending plugin configuration dialog.
Starting sync at 4/2/08 7:38 PM...
BlackberryUSBDevice::openUSBInterface
BlackberryUSBDevice::doInitialHandshake
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Echo (0)
Wrote 14 bytes to device (messageType = 0)
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Echo (0)
Wrote 14 bytes to device (messageType = 0)
Read 270 bytes from device
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Guid (1)
Wrote 14 bytes to device (messageType = 1)
Read 270 bytes from device
Deciding: 00
Read 32 bytes from device
Re-sending guid request
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Guid (1)
Wrote 14 bytes to device (messageType = 1)
Read 32 bytes from device
Got second read
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Device Info (2)
Wrote 14 bytes to device (messageType = 2)
Read 20 bytes from device
Got device with pin: 20-69-FA-B0
initializeDevice: sending message info
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Info (4)
Wrote 24 bytes to device (messageType = 4)
Read 44 bytes from device
prefix byte 1 is 06
Read 12 bytes from device
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Handshake (5)
Wrote 8 bytes to device (messageType = 5)
Read 8 bytes from device
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Num Commands (7)
Num commands with prefix: 6
Wrote 10 bytes to device (messageType = 7)
Read 12 bytes from device
Read 10 bytes from device
There are 4 commands
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Command Table (8)
Wrote 7 bytes to device (messageType = 8)
Read 12 bytes from device
Read 53 bytes from device
Adding command: Device Options
Adding command: Service Book
Adding command: Database Access
Database access command is: 3
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Ack (10)
Wrote 7 bytes to device (messageType = 10)
Read 12 bytes from device
Read 7 bytes from device
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Database database (9) cmd=3
Database command: 3
Wrote 7 bytes to device
Read 12 bytes from device (readLongReply1)
Read 1028 bytes from device (readLongReply1)
Read 1028 bytes from device (readLongReply2)
Read 231 bytes from device (readLongReply2)
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Ack (10)
Wrote 7 bytes to device (messageType = 10)
Read 12 bytes from device
Read 7 bytes from device
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Query (13) cmd=3
Wrote 7 bytes to device
Read 12 bytes from device
Read 9 bytes from device
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Ack (10)
Wrote 7 bytes to device (messageType = 10)
Read 12 bytes from device
Read 7 bytes from device
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Ack (10)
Wrote 7 bytes to device (messageType = 10)
Read 12 bytes from device
initializeDevice success
BlackberryUSBDevice::doInitialHandshake success
BlackberryUSBDevice::openUSBInterface success
Initializing SyncServicesPlugin
Initializing SyncServicesPlugin
Initializing SyncServicesPlugin
Initializing SyncServicesPlugin
Plugin Tasks starting
startSyncWithDevice
Starting tasks sync.
Calendar names should not contain commas because the device doesn't support them.
Tasks: There is a problem with the Tasks plugin settings. Please open the Tasks plugin settings dialog and make sure the settings are correct.
Plugin Tasks did not complete.

BlackberryUSBDevice: dealloc
BlackberryUSBDevice::closeDevice
BlackberryUSBDevice::writeMessage type=Close device (19)
Wrote 8 bytes to device (messageType = 19)
Read 8 bytes from device



I've changed the settings around multiple times, but nothing seems to work.

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The error is right before the bold part:

Calendar names should not contain commas because the device doesn't support them.

Open iCal, if any of your calendar names have commas in them the sync will fail, even if they are not set to sync in the Missing Sync Task or Calendar plugin.
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This whole time, I kept reading that as 'calendar events,' rather than the names of the different calendars. I even double checked all my calendar events going back to 2005 to make sure none used commas! Doh.

Thank you for having better reading comprehension. ;)

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