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Topic # 109971 1-Oct-2012 10:52
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Anyone else having an issue with appointments created on an android phone not being synced correctly between the google calendar and outlook

via Google Calendar Sync?




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  Reply # 694033 1-Oct-2012 11:22
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i know there an issue with window 7 and outlook 2010 and none exchange sent appointment begin wrong - Microsoft said they will fix it in outlook 2013 - if you close outlook 2010 and open outlook 2003 or 2007 the time will be right or xp with outlook 2010 the time right - only a issue with windows 7 AND outlook 2010

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[update]

Removed my comment as I didn't read the OP question correctly.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 706785 26-Oct-2012 11:35
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raytaylor: Anyone else having an issue with appointments created on an android phone not being synced correctly between the google calendar and outlook

via Google Calendar Sync?


A variety of issues. Android appointments that I create appear as tentative (this is not the same if I create them from Outlook). I have also tested Accept/Decline processing from Android, WMP7, iOS and Symbian ^3 devices and these have a low success rate.


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  Reply # 706799 26-Oct-2012 11:48
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I sync via Thunderbird mail and never have any issues except when I f%$k it up myself.

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