Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Go to your System Prefs > MobileMe > Sync and set up what you want to keep synced. It will sync all of your calendars in iCal to me.com. I set my sync to Automatic and only selected my contacts and iCal for now. Everything is the same on my Mac and on me.com. I don't have an iPhone, but from what I've read, you have to set that up via iTunes 7.7 for the push features.<br><br>
I've noticed they've made a change in the calendar application with version 2.0. In the upper left corner of the screen you'll see a virtual button called Calendars. To the right of that it says which calendar you're viewing. In my case it currently says "All Calendars". If you touch the virtual button it will take you to a list of all your calendars where you can choose which one you want to view when you tap on the Calendar icon on the home screen. Hopefully that will help you with your calendar issue.<br> <br><br>"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
Loc: Dedham, MA, USA
i have 3 calenders in there, (4 with ALL)<br>HOME<br>WALKS<br>PLAYGROUPS<br>-------------------<br>there's no birthday's listed. i'm hoping it will get resolved in a patch or something. i guess i should check the iphone discussion groups at apple.com huh?<br><br>
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