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Yup I see the same thing:)

-Laurie

David Todd wrote:
> Geoff,
>
>     Thanks for the response and for the link.
>
>     I'm running 2.5.0.69 (latest in that release) and *I see the same 
> problem about location not mapping to the right place in the Treo 
> calendar!*  Hadn't noticed it until your note and link, but it may 
> have started when I updated to .69 version.
>
> Laurie, Roger,
>
>     Are you seeing the same problem in release 3 (meeting location in 
> OCS transferring to title line in Treo Calendar)?  If so, I might just 
> as well move to it, since I already have the problem!
>
>
> Geoffrey Duke wrote:
>> I used the 3.0 version when I had a palm-based Treo without problem.
>> However, I noticed that all the meeting info was placed in the meeting title
>> on the Palm Calendar.
>>
>> I heeded the warning when I migrated to the 700w, installing the 2.5 client,
>> and noted happily that Location info now appears in the Location field in
>> the Treo's Calendar.
>>
>> This is consistent with the description at
>>
>> http://www.synthesis.ch/faq.php?lang=e&faq=58
>>
>> of a lack of a profile in Oracle Calendar for the new client.
>>
>> --Geoff
>>
>>   
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Technology Discussion at UVM [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
>>> Behalf Of Laurie M. Gelles
>>> Sent: Sunday, March 04, 2007 9:57 AM
>>> To: [log in to unmask]
>>> Subject: Re: Oracle Calendar and SyncML
>>>
>>> Not that I can tell.  Maybe someone in ETS should try it too before we
>>> test it on all the Treos?
>>>
>>> Laurie
>>> ------------
>>> Laurie Michael Gelles
>>> M.A Education: Instructional Technology
>>> Technology Coordinator, College of Education & Social Services
>>>
>>> [log in to unmask]
>>> 802.656.9605
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: David Todd <[log in to unmask]>
>>> Date: Sunday, Mar 4, 2007 9:07 am
>>> Subject: Re: Oracle Calendar and SyncML
>>> To: Reply-    Technology Discussion at UVM <[log in to unmask]>To:
>>> [log in to unmask]
>>>
>>>         Laurie,
>>>
>>>     Any noticeable change in functionality or performance?
>>>
>>> Laurie M Gelles wrote:
>>>          I haven't had any problems and I have been running it since
>>> they released it.  Wierd:)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> David Todd wrote:
>>>                  Laurie,
>>>
>>>     The http://www.synthesis.ch site says not to upgrade to 3.x if
>>> you're synching with Oracle Collab Suite.  Have you had any problems
>>> with it?
>>>
>>>     I'm running 2.5.0.69 (latest version in that release).
>>>
>>> Laurie M. Gelles wrote:
>>>            I am running SyncML 3.0.0.2 and I did not need to do
>>> anything to my entries.
>>> Anyone else running v3?
>>> Laurie
>>> ------------
>>> Laurie Michael Gelles
>>> M.A Education: Instructional Technology
>>> Technology Coordinator, College of Education & Social Services
>>> [log in to unmask] 802.656.9605
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Francis Swasey <[log in to unmask]> Date: Friday, Mar 2, 2007
>>> 10:51 pm Subject: Re: Oracle Calendar and SyncML
>>> To: Reply-    Technology Discussion at UVM <[log in to unmask]>To:
>>> [log in to unmask] The maintenance has been successfully applied
>>> to the UVM Oracl
>>>     

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Laurie Michael Gelles


M.A Education: Instructional Technology

Technology Coordinator, College of Education & Social Services


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