Incredible ActiveSync Calendar missing meetings?!Support


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  1. Ordieth

    Ordieth Member This Topic's Starter

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    I bought the Incredible. I love it so far. (I could do a very large review on it vs. an iphone 3g...)

    However, I have found that my corporate email calendar is not syncing correctly. I am missing events! I have reinstalled the activesync account 3 times now and each time it resyncs different calendar items.

    I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this or if I am just doing something wrong...

    Thank you.
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  2. Ordieth

    Ordieth Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have this exact same issue! I am still looking for some kind of explination, but I can't find one.

    I know that my company uses Exchange 2003, but I dont know if that means anything....
     
  3. flobey

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    Same issue here as well. We are using Exchange Server 2003 with Service Pack 2...seems no rhyme or reason (special characters in meeting title, bullets in body, etc.) have no effect. Need to get this resolved - I tried using Touchdown, but just wound up hosing my contacts.
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  4. Ordieth

    Ordieth Member This Topic's Starter

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    Odd thing... if I forward the meeting invite to myself, and accept it on my phone, it will show up, But it causes my Outlook to crash on my computer! Once Outlook restarts, everything is working and the meeting shows up on both. I think this might be a workaround, but an annoying one.... :(
     
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