Glad to have helped.
It's a great product and I'm seriously considering purchasing the full license, once I have tested the syncing a little bit further and I have 100% confidence in the data's integrity on both sides of the sync. However, I believe I may have a couple of other minor little critters to report, once I actually get the time to do some proper tests.
By minor little critters I mean things like I suspect that there are circumstances where the notes in an iCal entry don't transfer from Mac to device (i.e. an iCal event created with some text in the Notes field will sometimes be transferred/synced to the device minus the notes). Of course the text formatting is lost in the Notes field in the sync, but this is understandable given the two different platforms (shame though, I think it would be a great feature). I also suspect that the alarms aren't always synced (again, I don't know the exact circumstances, I need to check - something like: alarms created in iCal by setting "Message with sound
" in the iCal event don't get transferred over to the WM6's Calendar event??).
One more thing - a bizarre one, this.
(Also a bit off-topic, sorry!) I have had to completely clear out my Mac's Sync Services and iCal files on a few occasions, as sometimes when I unplug my device, my Mac's
mouse and keyboard cease to be responsive, even though the software is running in the background as normal (as far as I can tell by music playing and seeing a flashing keyboard cursor in e.g. TextEditor, without being able to do anything else but press and hold the power button to force a power down!
). Sync Services then gets its underwear in a twist and tries to convince SyncMate that there are a load of changes to be done (even though the device is fine, and so is iCal)!... But to be fair, I don't think this is a SyncMate problem, I think it is more of a glitch in the OS X system (10.4.11), triggered by the disconnection of my Pocket PC (yes, I make sure I always click Disconnect in SyncMate as well as UnMount if I mounted the Internal Storage, then close the SyncMate, put the Pocket PC on standby, wait a couple of seconds for any system events to finish, and finally unplug my device - me? careful??
. I don't know if you've ever heard of this problem before?
Phew! Long post! I'm sorry!