I'm new to the forum, but have a question. I too am looking for a way to sync my NUTD calendar file with iCal but I want to retain all the color coding for appointments, calls, personal, travel, gen biz, etc. that I have currently set up in NUTD. The demo I just ran using the acclaimed (here, anyway) iCalsyncNUTD program from East Coast Silicon didn't seem to do it - it brought only three appointments over in the whole sync process, and made them pink when they had been orange. That's because iCal made the appointment calendar pink. In fact it also brought over ALL my data from NUTD but created a calendar for each category so i now have ten calendars, each a category like travel, appointments, phone calls, etc. Is there something I'm missing here to get those all into the WORK calendar I set up on ical? I do NOT want to click between appts, and other things on my calendar. What was nice was to code things differently so you could readily see what were calls, appointments, assignments, etc.
BTW I am leaving on a trip Thursday morning so I may not be able to reply to any responses till I get back August 4th, but I am seriously in need of some solution to this calendar syncing issue between iCal and NUTD - I only wanted to use iCal because of the iphone....
Tried it and it DOESN'T work. First, if you can get it to even partially work, it is unbelievably slow.
It takes literally a half-second (500ms!) or more per event. I can't imagine how a self-respecting software engineer could write such a simple piece of code to run so slowly on such a fast machine. Utter incompetence.
Second it hangs and crashes half way through most of the time. TOTALLY USELESS.
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