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Graham Perrin

Apple Sync Services, Truth Database; CalDAV; Google Calendar, Calaboration - 0 views

  • Apple Sync Services, Truth Database; CalDAV; Google Calendar, Calaboration
  • Calaboration <http://code.google.com/p/calaboration/> is a run-once application
  • Google Calendar events represented in Apple iCal 3.0.6 (1273) can not be moved from the calendar
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  • whilst Google Calendar is selected, iCal can not create a To Do Item
  • Google Calendar does not support Tasks
  • Google Calendar To Do Items created in Apple Mail 3.5 (930.3) whilst iCal is not running are typically reverted (lost)
  • To Do Items in calendars other than Google Calendar can not be moved to Google Calendar
  • Tasks created in Google Mail are not presentable as To Do Items
  • Tasks created in Google Mail are not presentable as To Do Items
  • Google Calendar does sync calendar events with Apple Sync Services
  • Apple Sync Services do sync calendar events with iPod touch
  • visualise how the Truth Database and Sync Engine (in Apple Sync Services) relate to applications and device conduits
  • http://developer.apple.com/macosx/syncservices.html
  • http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Cocoa/Conceptual/SyncServices/Articles/SyncOverview.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40001151-139942
  • Tasks created in Google Mail are not presentable as To Do Items
Graham Perrin

use iTunes to prefer a calendar for events created on iPhone and iPod touch - 0 views

  • setting in iTunes to specify which calendar is used for new events created on the iPod touch
  • expect the Sync Engine to communicate with multiple clients
  • Truth Database has the truth
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  • Conflict Resolver offers its services to you — the human — for a decision to be made
  • use iTunes to prefer a calendar for events created on iPhone and iPod touch
  • The Info pane lets you configure the sync settings for your contacts, calendars, email accounts, and web browser.
  • For users of Mac OS X, some illustrations and background information
  • http://developer.apple.com/macosx/syncservices.html
  • http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1419
  • http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1957
  • an iPhone may use both MobileMe (wirelessly) and a computer (typically wired)
  • Clients of Sync Engine may be many
  • If you have two or more Mac OS X computers:
  • a Truth Database and Sync Engine on each computer
  • If in addition you subscribe to MobileMe:
  • your MobileMe account is a client of multiple Sync Engines
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