So the time has finally come; NUDC's inability to sync with my iPhone has forced me to move. And I've moved to Now X.
Am I nuts? Is this an awful idea? I've been using NUD, and then NUDC, since 1992; my entire life is in there. Is there anything I should be aware of? I'm using Snow Leopard. Is Now X going to break when I move to Mountain Lion? Should I just forget it and buy BusyCal and limp along with Address Book (yuk)?
Move on, it's been dead for 3 years now. I'm sure 10.7 breaks it.
Most importantly, is there anyone who still knows anything about this product hanging around in case I run into trouble?
I doubt that. If you browse these NOW forums it's been ages since anyone has responded with anything helpful.
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