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    iCal file support for Desktop

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    Hi,
    Is there a straightforward way to subscribe to iCal .ics files on a windows machine so that it can be syncronized with a BB (an 8300, to be precise). I would like to be able to sync my calendar on my Mac with my fiance's calendar (on a PC) so that we can both carry around the same information. Do any of the standard PC scheduling programs that work with BB desktop read ics files (preferably from a server).

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    Dan

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    Re: iCal file support for Desktop

    Moved this thread to the Mac and BlackBerry Forum where it might get more responses.

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    Re: iCal file support for Desktop

    Bump.
    I have done a bit of reading on this. There doesn't seem to be a calendar program on the PC side that will read ics/WebDAV files and then sync with the BB.
    At this point, I would be happy for an application that reads the ics and moves the data into Lotus or Outlook. Hopefully, this could happen automatically. I would prefer not to have to do a new import each time I change the master calendar.

    Have I missed anything?


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    Re: iCal file support for Desktop

    If you are on a Mac you can do your syncing on Mac and add Entorage appointments to iCal. This seems like just about the only thing that works in Pocketmac. I sync Entorage with Outlook, add Entorage appointments to iCal and sync with PocketMac.

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