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Old 09-13-2006, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry NOW UTD, shared events and 8700c HELP!!!!

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Hello. I have NOW Up-To-Date 5.3.1 on an intel iMac. It has the latest OS. 10.4.7. The Blackberry is an 8700c.

I use Pocketmac to sync.

When I enter an event on the Blackberry and sync, the event does not show up on the NOW calendar until I quit NOW and relaunch.

If I enter a public (shared) event in NOW and sync, it does not show up on the blackberry until the event resolves to the NOW server and I sync again.

When I delete an event from the blackberry and sync, NOW deletes it but it comes back after NOW talks to the server, then it goes away after NOW syncs again..

Do you think I might have more success with the 4.x version of NOW?

I'm using the free version of Pocketmac, would the Pro version help?

I know these workarounds but this setup is for a new president in my company and he is ready to fire me over this, seriously... He had PC where he was and it "just worked". He is right though, it should just work the way I set it up - very simple, nothing fancy...

Thanks in advance to any and all help that I am desparate for...

Last edited by ronan : 09-13-2006 at 05:52 PM. Reason: forgot to mention Pocketmac
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Old 06-05-2007, 01:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Same problem, but with the 8100.
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