06-01-2010 10:38 PM
I have an 8530 Curve and just downloaded the new v. 1.0.3 build 19 DM, in hopes that it had eliminated the syncing problems with build 16. I use Mac Snow Leopard os, and have Entourage and iCal/Address synced on my laptop. I set DM to sync with all calendars, adding new events from the BlackBerry to the Entourage calendar.
Each time I sync, calendar events in all 3 places (Entourage, iCal, BB) get duplicated. How do I stop that? BTW, my configuration for the first sync was set to merge data.
Sigh, my old Palm Zire never had this problem....
06-02-2010 05:35 PM
This is crazy. I tried syncing the calendar with Entourage only, to see if it made a difference. I got calendar events duplicated as much as 7 or 8 times on both Entourage and the BlackBerry. Make it stop! Please....?
After I manually return, once again, to just one calendar event by deleting all the extraneous ones, how can I keep this multiplication of events from happening with each sync? It's like all the old syncs are still stuck in there and get added to the calendars. Please help.
06-03-2010 03:35 PM
This is driving me crazy. i was syncing with Mac DM and iCal and had no problems until I downloaded the update. Now, I have multiple duplicate events, even some being created where the calendar event is called "New Event" but has the calendar event informatio for the adjacent information. I get duplicates on my Bold 9700 even when I sync and wipe the BB.
Please help, I rely on my calendar and it is now a complete mess.
06-07-2010 01:47 PM
This is DEFINATELY an issue with the latest update. Mine worked fine until the update. About to see if Time Machine can fix this, then I'll avoid updating again!
06-07-2010 02:03 PM
I would appreciate it if someone could give me a step-by-step guide to uninstalling this version (where do I find the DMG file?) and retrieving v. 1.0.2 from Time Machine, which I should still have in my back-ups.
I hesitate to sync my BB with my laptop now because I don't want to spend half an hour on each deleting the multiple events.