On Thursday 04 March 2010, Josh Glover wrote:
> Using the WWW version of Google Calendar on one's mobile tends to work
> well. If your handset is not from the Stone Age, there is a great
> Google app that gives you voice search and Calendar.
It works fine unless you aren't actually online (mutters darkly about cost of
low-volume GSM data) or want to tie it into the phone's own calendar
resources, such as alarms and to use other software to set the active profile
to (say) Meeting if you are in a meeting.
The other trick of using the Exchange plugin to sync seems to go askew too, I
had multilple duplicate entries until I tapped it on the head.
Mind you I've yet to adequately solve the problem of syncing data between my
E51 and Linux either.
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