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#15450
Recurrence and N97 3 Years, 1 Month ago  
Hello,
I would like to report the following problem:
Every time I put a recurrence on a event on my calendar (pro version) that is connected to google calender, everything works just fine.
The problem appears on my N97 (Nokia) phone that is syncing its calender thru google online: The phone calendar shows many events spread all over the time frame (in the calender). Unfortunately I've always had to avoid recurrent events which has become too inconvenient.
Are there any solutions?
Thank you!
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#15459
Re: Recurrence and N97 3 Years, 1 Month ago  
Sounds like a problem in the device. Does it show the recurring event correctly if you create the event in the Google calendar's webpage?
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#15467
Re:Recurrence and N97 3 Years, 1 Month ago  
Thank you so far, I have tried it and after a few attempts it actually worked.
There seems to be a problem with "overlapping" events.
Can you suggest me any other calendar that would work on my phone?
I am using the original software for the syncing right now...
Thanks for your help so far.
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Re:Recurrence and N97 3 Years, 1 Month ago  
Unfortunately I don't have any experience with 3rd party calendars for mobile phones.
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