I have always had trouble getting NUD to iCal. The Now Software utility never worked reliably before, and refuses to work under Leopard. So I resorted to manually transferring key items over.
Then last month I found a fantastic utility called iCalSyncNUTD. It comes from some company whose website East Coast Silicon discussed the product. Let me tell, this product works! It worked 100% in transferring all my NUD dates over, and the cost is only $3.
I don't know anything about the company and what other programs they do, but this one gets 5 stars. It is reliable, never crashes, works, and is unbelievably priced.
In many years, Now Software has never been able to do this with their calendar and then these guys come along and do it for $3. What a deal!
i dont know about all of you but i dont like spending money if i dont have to . so heres my free work around.
export your now calendar to a text file open palms free desktop calendar program import your text file to the calendar. export the calendar as a ical format (vcal) go into your palm preference folder and delete the user file so next time you have a blank calendar open ical and make a new untitled calendar and import your file. when you next do an import you need to delete the untitled calendar in ical and then make a new one over again
its a pain in the ass but it works
or just start using ical because your tired of doing the workaround and waiting for a program that is never going to go to market.
Hi, I used the EastCoastSilicon NUTD > iCal sync. With version NUDC 4.5.3 and OS 10.4.11 on Powerbook 12" 1.33 ghz I could sync. However, literally no documentation from EastCoastSil. Listed categories to sync for NUD and iCal. However, I wanted NUD to overwrite iCal and ended up with duplicates on NUD as a result. Tried several options but worried I will screw up NUD which I'm a 15 yr user. Also, all banners from NUD went into iCal with an extra day on the tail end. Great price, reasonably successful, but between duplicates and banner extra day very annoying. No reply from EastCoast when submitting query. Scared to run the AddressBook sync lest I screw up both Contact and Address Book.
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