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  1. #1
    lexster
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    Hi

    Sorry if this has been asked before, I've trawled Google groups and found
    no solution.

    I've just bought the k750i and synced with Outlook 2003. However I now
    have duplicate events in my calendar for EVERY existing "all day event".
    The duplicate event starts at 1am and extends to 1am the next day! So now
    my calendar is full of crap.

    I'd appreciate anyone's wisdom if they have a solution to this.

    lexster



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  2. #2
    Lewis
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    Re: k750i outlook calendar sync

    On Wed, 24 Aug 2005 07:51:04 -0400, lexster <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Hi
    >
    > Sorry if this has been asked before, I've trawled Google groups and found
    > no solution.
    >
    > I've just bought the k750i and synced with Outlook 2003. However I now
    > have duplicate events in my calendar for EVERY existing "all day event".
    > The duplicate event starts at 1am and extends to 1am the next day! So
    > now
    > my calendar is full of crap.
    >
    > I'd appreciate anyone's wisdom if they have a solution to this.
    >
    > lexster



    This happens to me sometimes between different Outlook platforms. (I run
    a small office ethernet with shared calendars). It usually has to do with
    the Outlook client's calendar setting regarding time zone and daylight
    savings time. If your Outlook is set to compensate for daylight savings,
    and another Outlook (or in this case your K750) is not, all day events
    don't sync properly. They get shifted by an hour.



  3. #3
    lexster
    Guest

    Re: k750i outlook calendar sync

    Lewis <[email protected]> wrote in news[email protected]:

    > On Wed, 24 Aug 2005 07:51:04 -0400, lexster <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> Hi
    >>
    >> Sorry if this has been asked before, I've trawled Google groups and
    >> found no solution.
    >>
    >> I've just bought the k750i and synced with Outlook 2003. However I
    >> now have duplicate events in my calendar for EVERY existing "all day
    >> event". The duplicate event starts at 1am and extends to 1am the next
    >> day! So now
    >> my calendar is full of crap.
    >>
    >> I'd appreciate anyone's wisdom if they have a solution to this.
    >>
    >> lexster

    >
    >
    > This happens to me sometimes between different Outlook platforms. (I
    > run a small office ethernet with shared calendars). It usually has
    > to do with the Outlook client's calendar setting regarding time zone
    > and daylight savings time. If your Outlook is set to compensate for
    > daylight savings, and another Outlook (or in this case your K750) is
    > not, all day events don't sync properly. They get shifted by an
    > hour.
    >


    Ah thanks... that sorted it. Outlook was set to Daylight Saving and the
    phone wasn't. Still weird that "all day events" are carried onto the next
    day on the phone with eg. ">00:00 My Birthday". I suppose it's not a PDA
    but it seems a bit clunky.

    Thanks for your help



  4. #4
    pete devlin
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    Re: k750i outlook calendar sync

    In message <[email protected]>, lexster
    <[email protected]> writes
    >Hi
    >
    >Sorry if this has been asked before, I've trawled Google groups and found
    >no solution.
    >
    >I've just bought the k750i and synced with Outlook 2003. However I now
    >have duplicate events in my calendar for EVERY existing "all day event".
    >The duplicate event starts at 1am and extends to 1am the next day! So now
    >my calendar is full of crap.
    >
    >I'd appreciate anyone's wisdom if they have a solution to this.
    >

    Make sure that the daylight saving settings are the same for both before
    proceeding. FMA and MyPhoneexplorer do that for you.

    --
    Pete Devlin
    [{//////news03//////at\\\\\secondrow/////co\\\\\uk}]
    "And the devil in a black dress watches over"



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