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Dear  Experts,
I have a BES installation however the contacts & Calendars are not syncing.  Email sync is working fine.
On the blackberry manager the "wireless Calendar sync" is shown as disabled.
Have checked the cdo.dll & mapi32.dll files on both the exchange server and the BES server and they are the same versions.
Haave checked that the IT policy is correct as well.
I am told that the sync used to work before the BES installation was put on a new server.
Details of the server are as follows
BES  4.1.5.31
Exchange 2003

Any help on resolving this would be great
Regards
Simon
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by:jdera
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You say the wireless calendar sync is disabled but your calendar is not syncing.  I would say based on the information provided you need to enable the wireless calendar sync on BES.
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by:Samba-Simon
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Hi Jdera,
I agree but I cannot find a way of turning it on!!

Any advice would be appreciated
Regards
Simon
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I have not even got one way sync going let alone two way sync.  I have checked the .dll files and they are the latest.  Under blackberry manager every user has wireless calendar disabled.  

A clue as to exactly what the permissions should be may help me.
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jdera earned 2000 total points
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Sure, check out the below, you will see my post with the bb kb articles referenced:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Handhelds_-_PDAs/Blackberry/Q_24005182.html
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