Problem syncing future appointments


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RichardF

Windows Vista Ultimate
Outlook 2003
HTC Fuze (TouchPro) from AT&T

In Windows Moile Device Center (WMDC) I have the sync settings for Calendar
set to "Synchronize all future appointments and the past 6 months".

Recurring appointments seem OK, but most future appointments do not get
synced. I cannot detect any pattern as to what gets synced and what doesn't,
some do, some don't!

Today (Jan 28), as a test, I created new individual appointments every
Saturday up to June 6th, but only those up to Mar 7th synced. All the test
appointments after that date did not get synced.

However, there are individual appointments that are synced to my phone after
that date, so it doesn't appear to be a fixed date issue. For example,
appointments on Apr 4 and May 3 synced, but I can find no individual
appointents after May 3 that synced even though there are many in my outlook
calendar.

Hopefully this is something I am doing wrong, any ideas?

Thanks!

Richard
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

Windows Vista Ultimate
Outlook 2003
HTC Fuze (TouchPro) from AT&T

In Windows Moile Device Center (WMDC) I have the sync settings for
Calendar
set to "Synchronize all future appointments and the past 6 months".

Recurring appointments seem OK, but most future appointments do not get
synced. I cannot detect any pattern as to what gets synced and what
doesn't,
some do, some don't!

Outlook is completely passive in the sync process and there are no settings
within Outlook that control the synching . You'll have to ask in some forum
that discusses WMDC. Perhaps there's something in the
microsoft.public.windows.vista.* hierarchy.
 
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RichardF

Do you have any recomendations? I can't find any groups that seem to relate
to WMDC or syncing.
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

Do you have any recomendations? I can't find any groups that seem to
relate
to WMDC or syncing.

I'm afraid I don't. If it were ActiveSync, I'd refer you to
microsoft.public.pocketpc.activesync. Maybe they'll entertain WMDC
questions there.
 

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