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04-08-2009 10:31 AM
Thanks, but I am still curious. Seems that if i had ten tasks without a date, all ten would get assigned these random dates in the far future. But that's not the case. Just the a couple are moved to weird times. Others stay as "no due date" and I don't think it's always the same ones that are changed (but i am not 100% sure.)
Is there a setting a can change in Tasks that would accept "none" as a date? I've had my life organized this way for quite a while when using a treo and I'd love to keep the conventions.
01-14-2010 11:27 AM
I have the same problem with Outlook 2007 to BlackBerry sync of To-Do's...
Some (but not all) of my BB Tasks' Due Dates of "None" change to weird dates way out in the future, such as 6/19/2562 or 2/8/2561 in Outlook
Anybody have any ideas to fix this?
02-15-2010 09:05 AM
This workaround I found here seems to work OK:
The problem seems to stem from the fact that BlackBerry tasks don't have a "start date", while Outlook does.
Step-by-step, here's what I did:
From the BB Desktop Manager, I selected the "Synchronization" button at the upper right.
In the resulting Intellisync Select Device application screen, I selected the "Advanced" button at the lower right.
Under the "Tasks" tab, of the resulting "Advanced" screen, I selected the "Map Fields" button at the lower right.
I selected the double-ended arrow for the "Start Date" field to toggle it off.
I select "OK" a few times to save the revised setting.
I haven't had the crazy date problem since.