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Missing Calendar items on activesync

Posted on 2007-11-16
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I have a Treo 750v running Windows Mobile 5.  The PC is running XP with Outlook 2003 and Activesync 4.5.

The Treo had not been synced with the PC for ~5 weeks.

It took a few tries to get it to sync (kept timing out).  It has now "fully" synced and syncs fine on each new connection.

The problem is....  All contacts synced fine, but the calendar did not.  A lot of the items on the Treo are missing from Outlook.  (If I test now it syncs new items fine both ways)

Is there anyway to force it to do a new two-way sync and check for missing items?

Thanks for any help you can give!
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1) SInce most entries are fine, you may have a corrupted Outlook calendar entry.
To test, do a push from the Outlook to the PDA instead of a Sync.

Check the logs.


I hope this helps !
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Thanks.

How do I do a push?

Is it possible to do a push from the PDA to Outlook?

With my old Palm OS device, I could force a complete re-sync...  i.e. check both devices.....  Is there anyway to do that with Microsoft Activesync?

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I am not positive, but It should be in the config options somewhere.
DId you check the help ?

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Thank you, but in the end the only solution I found was to use a 3rd pary conduit to sync.  (Chapura)

That seemed to pick up the old entries, but ActiveSync could not on its own.
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