Appt. made on Palm syncs as an "Invited Attendee" event.
When I create an appt. on my T5, it syncs with outlook 2003 as an appt. for an invited attendee. Also it is sync'ed as a "free time" appt. I have never seen this with my other palms in the past.
How can I make this a standard "busy" appointment?
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Appt. made on Palm syncs as an "Invited Attendee"...
On the free time issue, here's a workaround that I tried and seems to work: go to the PalmOne Knowledge Library and search for Solution ID 4971. Appointments made on the Palm show up as busy in Outlook.
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Double check the Palm or palmOne program in Windows. Click Start then All
Programs then Palm or palmOne. You should see an icon in there called
Sync with Outlook or something similar. Click that icon and the
Outlook conduits will replace those for Palm Desktop. Some conduits,
like Media/Photos will continue to sync with Palm Desktop, but
Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Memos will sync to Outlook.
Reset Sync History - Open iTunes - On the Edit menu, click Preferences. - Click the Syncing tab. - Click the Reset Sync History button.
disable third-party add-ins - Open Outlook 2003 - From the Tools menu, choose Options. - Click the Other tab. - Click the Advanced Options button. - Click the COM Add-Ins button. - Determine whether any third-party (non-Apple) add-ins are present in this list. The add-in "iTunes Outlook add-in" is made by Apple and can be left alone. - Deselect the checkbox for each third-party add-in in this list. - Click OK.
Reinstall the iTunes software
Attempt to sync content in a new Windows user - From the Start menu, choose Control Panel. - Open User Accounts. - Select Create a new account and follow the instructions to complete the account setup process.
Note: Make sure you only use standard ASCII characters for the new user name.
- Once the new account is created, choose Log Off from the Start menu. - Log into the newly created user account.
Once you are logged into the new user account, create a few test contacts and/or calendar events in your compatible application of choice and attempt to sync that data to your iPhone.
You can transfer your contact list, but not your calender. Here are the steps to take to successfully transfer your contact list from outlook 2000 to the iPhone:
1. In Outlook, export your contact list as a Comma Separated Values (Windows) file 2. In windows accessories, launch Address Book 3. Import into Windows Address Book the file you created in step one 4. Now back in iTunes, sync your iPhone contact list with Windows Address Book
You contacts should come over intact.
Sorry, but there is no solution that I know of to import Calendar events.
your t5 is UNSTABLE possibly due syncing to an old username from an old PDA.
To correct this:
-delete manually the doubles (PDS has a tool but none for outlook)
-perform hard reset on your t5
-hotsync - creating a new user name (do not use the old one)
-you will be asked to use the same profile name for the outlook
Then you should be good to go.
similar problem with my Palm Vx syncing with Outlook 2003
My recurring meetings lose attendees and other attributes like labels when I make a change to a specific date in the recurring series.
If I leave the original recurring event untouched the problem does not occur
Hard-reset your Palm to erase all data (that usually involves pushing the small "reset" button on the back, then pressing the "power on" button until the device boots, and then pressing "up" to confirm the hard-reset)
After that, sync your palm. The sync software will ask if you want to use your existing profile or create a new one. Create a new one. Then the program will offer to sync your Outlook profile with your Palm. Click on "ok", and a message asking you to accept to sync your Outlook data with more than one profile will pop-up. Click on OK, again... and that's it!