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  #171675 16-Oct-2008 20:44
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Same for me.  All day events entered on Outlook end up one day early on iphone (Outlook 2007/MS Exchange/iphone 3G) but non all day appoinments sync fine.
Very frustrating

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  #172228 20-Oct-2008 12:14
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Has anyone heard back from Apple on this?

 
 
 
 


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  #172250 20-Oct-2008 14:25
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Nope



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  #172266 20-Oct-2008 15:29
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plas: Nope


Me neither. Just a thought -- has everybody been remembering to say that they are in New Zealand when submitting the feedback? I really hope they take this seriously.

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  #172286 20-Oct-2008 16:03
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I've noticed that if I enter an all day appoinment via the web onto Outlook it syncs fine, issue only seems to occur if entered using Outlook on my PC. Could this mean the issue is located within Exchange? (Have checked, both Outlook and Exchange set  to the correct time zone, as is the iphone)

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  #172290 20-Oct-2008 16:07
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steve98:
plas: Nope


Me neither. Just a thought -- has everybody been remembering to say that they are in New Zealand when submitting the feedback? I really hope they take this seriously.


Likely chance of apple fixing it quickly is unlikely.

One reason they might be slow to respond is because they're going to fix it in the 2.2 upgrade which is currently in beta stages.. I guess time will tell

I myself, while not affected by the same issue as you lot, have an issue with caller ID which needs to be fixed.



So I feel your pain (mostly)







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  #172601 21-Oct-2008 20:21
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Ando: I've noticed that if I enter an all day appoinment via the web onto Outlook it syncs fine, issue only seems to occur if entered using Outlook on my PC. Could this mean the issue is located within Exchange? (Have checked, both Outlook and Exchange set  to the correct time zone, as is the iphone)


I am not experiencing this. I entered an all-day-event into the web outlook client and my iPod Touch still shows it a day early.

 
 
 
 


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  #172618 21-Oct-2008 21:21
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steve98:
Ando: I've noticed that if I enter an all day appoinment via the web onto Outlook it syncs fine, issue only seems to occur if entered using Outlook on my PC. Could this mean the issue is located within Exchange? (Have checked, both Outlook and Exchange set  to the correct time zone, as is the iphone)


I am not experiencing this. I entered an all-day-event into the web outlook client and my iPod Touch still shows it a day early.


Same for me and my iPhone.

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  #172662 22-Oct-2008 06:03
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Yeah your right I rechecked today and it is ot by a day, very annoying.

Does anyone know of a way to get get colour coded appointments to show up on iphone from outlook like they do from ical?

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  #172823 22-Oct-2008 16:59
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Cant add any help but I can say I am experiencing this to :(

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  #177791 13-Nov-2008 13:31
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I wonder if this will be a firmware v2.2 fix.

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  #179655 23-Nov-2008 16:55
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Well 2.2 didn't fix this issue for me. Don't suppose anyone has heard anything from Apple themselves about a resolution?

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  #179668 23-Nov-2008 17:47
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No change for me either.
I've heard nothing from Apple.
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  #179689 23-Nov-2008 18:49
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kiwind: No change for me either.
I've heard nothing from Apple.
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I wonder if they have bothered to fix the Caller ID.. I cant test it yet.

My gut tells me they havent.





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  #179700 23-Nov-2008 20:19
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Aaroona:
I wonder if they have bothered to fix the Caller ID.. I cant test it yet.

My gut tells me they havent.


I've never noticed a problem with caller ID on mine.

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