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[Micronet] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Ist-Comm Departmental
Good morning,

Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
(https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).

For more information, see the iNews article:
http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7

Regards,
Your colleagues in IST


 
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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Gregory German
I have upgraded to Lion and have been trying out the CalAgenda web client.  It's not bad, actually.  It allows you to save Favorites for the agendas you look up the most, which I was never able to do with the desktop client!  The one bit of functionality that I am missing so far is the ability to look at my Inbox.  It's nice to be able to know when you have new invitations, even when they are well off into the future.  Does anyone know if the Inbox exists in the web client?

Thanks,

Greg

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On Jul 26, 2011, at 9:56 AM, [hidden email] wrote:

> Good morning,
>
> Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
> does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
> for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
> chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
> run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
> workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
> (https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).
>
> For more information, see the iNews article:
> http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7
>
> Regards,
> Your colleagues in IST
>
>
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Re: [Micronet] [ITMF] [MAGNet] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Ray Davis
No, there's no inbox support in the CalAgenda web client. I've gotten
into the habit of looking at the week views two weeks ahead every morning.

Best,
Ray

On 7/27/11 12:27 PM, Gregory German wrote:

> I have upgraded to Lion and have been trying out the CalAgenda web client.  It's not bad, actually.  It allows you to save Favorites for the agendas you look up the most, which I was never able to do with the desktop client!  The one bit of functionality that I am missing so far is the ability to look at my Inbox.  It's nice to be able to know when you have new invitations, even when they are well off into the future.  Does anyone know if the Inbox exists in the web client?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Greg
>
> --
>
> Gregory German
> Systems Administrator
> Educational Technology Services
> [hidden email]
> (510) 847-2148
>
>
>
>
> On Jul 26, 2011, at 9:56 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
>
>> Good morning,
>>
>> Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
>> does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
>> for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
>> chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
>> run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
>> workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
>> (https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).
>>
>> For more information, see the iNews article:
>> http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7
>>
>> Regards,
>> Your colleagues in IST
>>
>>
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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Lori Brooks-Manas
And if I understand correctly, there are no pop-up reminders with the web client either, is that correct?

Lori B.

On Jul 28, 2011, at 6:07 AM, Ray Davis wrote:

> No, there's no inbox support in the CalAgenda web client. I've gotten
> into the habit of looking at the week views two weeks ahead every morning.
>
> Best,
> Ray
>
> On 7/27/11 12:27 PM, Gregory German wrote:
>> I have upgraded to Lion and have been trying out the CalAgenda web client.  It's not bad, actually.  It allows you to save Favorites for the agendas you look up the most, which I was never able to do with the desktop client!  The one bit of functionality that I am missing so far is the ability to look at my Inbox.  It's nice to be able to know when you have new invitations, even when they are well off into the future.  Does anyone know if the Inbox exists in the web client?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Greg
>>
>> --
>>
>> Gregory German
>> Systems Administrator
>> Educational Technology Services
>> [hidden email]
>> (510) 847-2148
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Jul 26, 2011, at 9:56 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
>>
>>> Good morning,
>>>
>>> Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
>>> does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
>>> for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
>>> chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
>>> run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
>>> workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
>>> (https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).
>>>
>>> For more information, see the iNews article:
>>> http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Your colleagues in IST
>>>
>>>
>>>
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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Lucy Greco-2
Hello:
 I have been following this conversation and asked myself this question.
Why don't we start using a new version of the oracle product.  I know we wanted to move to bead work but as that is on hold why should we struggle to find answers to outdated products. My husband has been using a oracle calendar for over a year and a   half now that is so much better then what we are using and it is so much more accessible as well. if we would just upgrade the calendar product maybe in fact all of these problems should go away.

Lucy Greco
Assistive Technology Specialist
Disabled Student's Program UC Berkeley
(510) 643-7591
http://attlc.berkeley.edu 
http://webaccess.berkeley.edu


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Sent: Friday, July 29, 2011 3:40 PM
To: Ray Davis
Cc: [hidden email]; [hidden email]; micronet group; MAGNet; [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

And if I understand correctly, there are no pop-up reminders with the web client either, is that correct?

Lori B.

On Jul 28, 2011, at 6:07 AM, Ray Davis wrote:

> No, there's no inbox support in the CalAgenda web client. I've gotten
> into the habit of looking at the week views two weeks ahead every morning.
>
> Best,
> Ray
>
> On 7/27/11 12:27 PM, Gregory German wrote:
>> I have upgraded to Lion and have been trying out the CalAgenda web client.  It's not bad, actually.  It allows you to save Favorites for the agendas you look up the most, which I was never able to do with the desktop client!  The one bit of functionality that I am missing so far is the ability to look at my Inbox.  It's nice to be able to know when you have new invitations, even when they are well off into the future.  Does anyone know if the Inbox exists in the web client?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Greg
>>
>> --
>>
>> Gregory German
>> Systems Administrator
>> Educational Technology Services
>> [hidden email]
>> (510) 847-2148
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Jul 26, 2011, at 9:56 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
>>
>>> Good morning,
>>>
>>> Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
>>> does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
>>> for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
>>> chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
>>> run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
>>> workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
>>> (https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).
>>>
>>> For more information, see the iNews article:
>>> http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Your colleagues in IST
>>>
>>>
>>>
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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Ian Crew
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See http://magnet-at-uc-berkeley.840314.n3.nabble.com/MAGNet-Lion-and-iOS-5-tp3037428p3185982.html for how I work around that limitation, and a few other tips about using the Oracle Calendar web client...

Cheers,

Ian

On Jul 29, 2011, at 3:40 PM, Lori Brooks-Manas wrote:

> And if I understand correctly, there are no pop-up reminders with the web client either, is that correct?
>
> Lori B.
>
> On Jul 28, 2011, at 6:07 AM, Ray Davis wrote:
>
>> No, there's no inbox support in the CalAgenda web client. I've gotten
>> into the habit of looking at the week views two weeks ahead every morning.
>>
>> Best,
>> Ray
>>
>> On 7/27/11 12:27 PM, Gregory German wrote:
>>> I have upgraded to Lion and have been trying out the CalAgenda web client.  It's not bad, actually.  It allows you to save Favorites for the agendas you look up the most, which I was never able to do with the desktop client!  The one bit of functionality that I am missing so far is the ability to look at my Inbox.  It's nice to be able to know when you have new invitations, even when they are well off into the future.  Does anyone know if the Inbox exists in the web client?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Greg
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> Gregory German
>>> Systems Administrator
>>> Educational Technology Services
>>> [hidden email]
>>> (510) 847-2148
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Jul 26, 2011, at 9:56 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Good morning,
>>>>
>>>> Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
>>>> does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
>>>> for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
>>>> chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
>>>> run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
>>>> workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
>>>> (https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).
>>>>
>>>> For more information, see the iNews article:
>>>> http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Your colleagues in IST
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Mimi Mugler
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Lucy,
There is no new version of Oracle Calendar. The next product developed by them is a completely different collaboration suite called Beehive. There is no migration path to that product from Oracle Calendar.

Best,
Miimi

On Jul 29, 2011, at 3:51 PM, Lucy Greco wrote:

> Hello:
> I have been following this conversation and asked myself this question.
> Why don't we start using a new version of the oracle product.  I know we wanted to move to bead work but as that is on hold why should we struggle to find answers to outdated products. My husband has been using a oracle calendar for over a year and a   half now that is so much better then what we are using and it is so much more accessible as well. if we would just upgrade the calendar product maybe in fact all of these problems should go away.
>
> Lucy Greco
> Assistive Technology Specialist
> Disabled Student's Program UC Berkeley
> (510) 643-7591
> http://attlc.berkeley.edu 
> http://webaccess.berkeley.edu
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Lori Brooks-Manas
> Sent: Friday, July 29, 2011 3:40 PM
> To: Ray Davis
> Cc: [hidden email]; [hidden email]; micronet group; MAGNet; [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7
>
> And if I understand correctly, there are no pop-up reminders with the web client either, is that correct?
>
> Lori B.
>
> On Jul 28, 2011, at 6:07 AM, Ray Davis wrote:
>
>> No, there's no inbox support in the CalAgenda web client. I've gotten
>> into the habit of looking at the week views two weeks ahead every morning.
>>
>> Best,
>> Ray
>>
>> On 7/27/11 12:27 PM, Gregory German wrote:
>>> I have upgraded to Lion and have been trying out the CalAgenda web client.  It's not bad, actually.  It allows you to save Favorites for the agendas you look up the most, which I was never able to do with the desktop client!  The one bit of functionality that I am missing so far is the ability to look at my Inbox.  It's nice to be able to know when you have new invitations, even when they are well off into the future.  Does anyone know if the Inbox exists in the web client?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Greg
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> Gregory German
>>> Systems Administrator
>>> Educational Technology Services
>>> [hidden email]
>>> (510) 847-2148
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Jul 26, 2011, at 9:56 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Good morning,
>>>>
>>>> Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
>>>> does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
>>>> for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
>>>> chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
>>>> run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
>>>> workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
>>>> (https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).
>>>>
>>>> For more information, see the iNews article:
>>>> http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Your colleagues in IST
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Lori Brooks-Manas
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Thanks for that link, Ian!

I use ToDo+Cal to sync my iPhone with CalAgenda:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/todo-cal-sync/id293268928?mt=8

Not sure of the difference between that and what you use offhand, but it works well enough for me.

Best,

Lori

On Jul 30, 2011, at 11:12 AM, Ian Crew wrote:

> See http://magnet-at-uc-berkeley.840314.n3.nabble.com/MAGNet-Lion-and-iOS-5-tp3037428p3185982.html for how I work around that limitation, and a few other tips about using the Oracle Calendar web client...
>
> Cheers,
>
> Ian
>
> On Jul 29, 2011, at 3:40 PM, Lori Brooks-Manas wrote:
>
>> And if I understand correctly, there are no pop-up reminders with the web client either, is that correct?
>>
>> Lori B.
>>
>> On Jul 28, 2011, at 6:07 AM, Ray Davis wrote:
>>
>>> No, there's no inbox support in the CalAgenda web client. I've gotten
>>> into the habit of looking at the week views two weeks ahead every morning.
>>>
>>> Best,
>>> Ray
>>>
>>> On 7/27/11 12:27 PM, Gregory German wrote:
>>>> I have upgraded to Lion and have been trying out the CalAgenda web client.  It's not bad, actually.  It allows you to save Favorites for the agendas you look up the most, which I was never able to do with the desktop client!  The one bit of functionality that I am missing so far is the ability to look at my Inbox.  It's nice to be able to know when you have new invitations, even when they are well off into the future.  Does anyone know if the Inbox exists in the web client?
>>>>
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>>>>
>>>> Greg
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>>>>
>>>> On Jul 26, 2011, at 9:56 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
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>>>>> Good morning,
>>>>>
>>>>> Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
>>>>> does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
>>>>> for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
>>>>> chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
>>>>> run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
>>>>> workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
>>>>> (https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).
>>>>>
>>>>> For more information, see the iNews article:
>>>>> http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>> Your colleagues in IST
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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Ian Crew
Hi Lori:

The difference between ToDo + Cal and SyncML Pro is that ToDo + Cal is its own calendar app, with its own display of meetings, etc. whereas SyncML Pro syncs the data into the iPhone's native calendar.  Synthesis AG makes both products.

I prefer the SyncML Pro, as syncing with the iPhone's native calendar means that I can also see my non-work-related calendars overlaid with my work one, and it also syncs with iCal on my mac when I sync my phone.  So--in a rather cumbersome process--I could create a meeting in iCal on my mac, sync it to my phone, then use SyncML Pro to sync it up to CalAgenda.  (Not that I ever really do that.  As I said before, I just use the CalAgenda web client.)

Cheers,

Ian

On Aug 1, 2011, at 8:25 AM, Lori Brooks-Manas wrote:

> Thanks for that link, Ian!
>
> I use ToDo+Cal to sync my iPhone with CalAgenda:
>
> http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/todo-cal-sync/id293268928?mt=8
>
> Not sure of the difference between that and what you use offhand, but it works well enough for me.
>
> Best,
>
> Lori
>
> On Jul 30, 2011, at 11:12 AM, Ian Crew wrote:
>
>> See http://magnet-at-uc-berkeley.840314.n3.nabble.com/MAGNet-Lion-and-iOS-5-tp3037428p3185982.html for how I work around that limitation, and a few other tips about using the Oracle Calendar web client...
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Ian
>>
>> On Jul 29, 2011, at 3:40 PM, Lori Brooks-Manas wrote:
>>
>>> And if I understand correctly, there are no pop-up reminders with the web client either, is that correct?
>>>
>>> Lori B.
>>>
>>> On Jul 28, 2011, at 6:07 AM, Ray Davis wrote:
>>>
>>>> No, there's no inbox support in the CalAgenda web client. I've gotten
>>>> into the habit of looking at the week views two weeks ahead every morning.
>>>>
>>>> Best,
>>>> Ray
>>>>
>>>> On 7/27/11 12:27 PM, Gregory German wrote:
>>>>> I have upgraded to Lion and have been trying out the CalAgenda web client.  It's not bad, actually.  It allows you to save Favorites for the agendas you look up the most, which I was never able to do with the desktop client!  The one bit of functionality that I am missing so far is the ability to look at my Inbox.  It's nice to be able to know when you have new invitations, even when they are well off into the future.  Does anyone know if the Inbox exists in the web client?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>
>>>>> Greg
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>>
>>>>> Gregory German
>>>>> Systems Administrator
>>>>> Educational Technology Services
>>>>> [hidden email]
>>>>> (510) 847-2148
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On Jul 26, 2011, at 9:56 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Good morning,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Apple has released its new Lion operating system, Mac OS X v10.7, which
>>>>>> does not support Rosetta, a translator that allows older software written
>>>>>> for PowerPC chip-based Macs to run on newer machines with Intel-based
>>>>>> chips. Oracle Calendar's desktop clients for the Mac relies on Rosetta to
>>>>>> run on modern Apple hardware and will not run on a system using Lion. As a
>>>>>> workaround, IST recommends Mac users switch to the CalAgenda web client
>>>>>> (https://calagenda.berkeley.edu/ocas-bin/ocas.fcgi?sub=web).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> For more information, see the iNews article:
>>>>>> http://inews.berkeley.edu/articles/Aug-Sep2011/OracleCalendar-MacOS10.7
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>> Your colleagues in IST
>>>>>>
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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Bradley M. Froehle
Any word on a revised timeline for CalAgenda-NG (http://afs.berkeley.edu/user/p/n/pnfisher/pres/calagenda-ng-2/)?  A modern CalDAV calendaring system would render all of these workarounds unnecessary.

-Brad

On Aug 1, 2011, at 8:34 AM, Ian Crew wrote:

Hi Lori:

The difference between ToDo + Cal and SyncML Pro is that ToDo + Cal is its own calendar app, with its own display of meetings, etc. whereas SyncML Pro syncs the data into the iPhone's native calendar.  Synthesis AG makes both products.

I prefer the SyncML Pro, as syncing with the iPhone's native calendar means that I can also see my non-work-related calendars overlaid with my work one, and it also syncs with iCal on my mac when I sync my phone.  So--in a rather cumbersome process--I could create a meeting in iCal on my mac, sync it to my phone, then use SyncML Pro to sync it up to CalAgenda.  (Not that I ever really do that.  As I said before, I just use the CalAgenda web client.)

Cheers,

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Re: [Micronet] [MAGNet] [ITMF] Oracle Calendar desktop client for Macs will not run on Mac OS X Lion v10.7

Tom Holub
That project is dead; see the Micronet thread on outsourcing calendaring
and "collaboration tools."

On 8/1/11 9:48 AM, Bradley M. Froehle wrote:

> Any word on a revised timeline for CalAgenda-NG
> (http://afs.berkeley.edu/user/p/n/pnfisher/pres/calagenda-ng-2/)?  A
> modern CalDAV calendaring system would render all of these workarounds
> unnecessary.
>
> -Brad
>
> On Aug 1, 2011, at 8:34 AM, Ian Crew wrote:
>
>> Hi Lori:
>>
>> The difference between ToDo + Cal and SyncML Pro is that ToDo + Cal is
>> its own calendar app, with its own display of meetings, etc. whereas
>> SyncML Pro syncs the data into the iPhone's native calendar.
>>  Synthesis AG makes both products.
>>
>> I prefer the SyncML Pro, as syncing with the iPhone's native calendar
>> means that I can also see my non-work-related calendars overlaid with
>> my work one, and it also syncs with iCal on my mac when I sync my
>> phone.  So--in a rather cumbersome process--I could create a meeting
>> in iCal on my mac, sync it to my phone, then use SyncML Pro to sync it
>> up to CalAgenda.  (Not that I ever really do that.  As I said before,
>> I just use the CalAgenda web client.)
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Ian
>
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