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Activesync does not syncronise reminders

Posted on 2007-12-03
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Hello,

My mobile phone happily syncronises successfully with exchange when attached to my PC via USB. Unfortunately everytime I dismiss or snooze a reminder in outlook it remains on my phone. When out and about I dismiss from the phone and have to repeat them all when I get back to the office.

Any ideas or is this a limitation of Activesync?

Thank you in advance

Mike
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Hi Mikal,

I did see this one after a Google search, it seem to talk about sync with the outlook client. My device is pointing directly to our exchange (with our webmail address), nothing is ticked to sync locally. Also I do not have multiple connections or devices. Does Microsoft have anything on this or future fixes? If I am logged into outlook on multiple machines it works fine, I would have presumed that the windows mobile OS would do the same. I'm not overly affected by it but some end users here use the outlook reminders for everything they do.
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I have the latest OS and i have the same problem you do. According to the article the Dismiss\Snooze is only affected locally. Where as you deleted the item then it would be synced.
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That's a shame, delete works fine as it is effectively deleting an email. Unfortunately this leaves no audit trail of past appointments. Thanks for your help.
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