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    Question DejaOffice won't create recurring entry.

    Tried it three different times. Tried to exit and restart the program. But each time, only the first entry was created without any recurring. I was using weekly; tried with and without an end date. I am using the DejaOffice withorut syncing just to play with it and see if there are any bugs before deciding whether to purchase the Companionlink software and use the usb sync method. Any fix for this?

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    We have a complete rewrite on the Calendar Recurrings that will be posted soon. Until that time, please enter recurring dates on your PC or in Android Calendar.

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    Oh, so it's not just me. Just starting using the DJO today on my Droid, but couldn't get multiple days of my daughter's summer camp in the calendar, it kept bouncing back to just the first day no matter what I entered. Hopefully when this is fixed, I will be able to enter my firefighter shift calendar. Any idea when this will happen?

    Downloaded the free Companionlink software, and my contact list (with categories) went in beautifully. Not sure what's going on with the calendar; the PC sync keeps spinning. When I pressed OK before it stopped spinning, only the contact list and not the calendar were had transferred, so I synced again and will wait for the spinning to stop (soon, I hope).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLCTO View Post
    We have a complete rewrite on the Calendar Recurrings that will be posted soon. Until that time, please enter recurring dates on your PC or in Android Calendar.
    Thanks for posting this tip! The exact same thing happened to me today and I was thinking I was stuck without a real Android calendar solution. It's great to know you guys are actively working on these issues and this app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLCTO View Post
    We have a complete rewrite on the Calendar Recurrings that will be posted soon. Until that time, please enter recurring dates on your PC or in Android Calendar.
    Downloaded an update last week but recurring events still do not work... Can you let us know when the rewrite that "will be posted soon" will be available. Finding DéjàContacts the best for organizing contacts and phoning, and the Calendar the nearest to Agendus, though still a way to go (yes, it's still early days yet). But just can't use it without recurring events : too risky for making appointments when a recurring event isn't indicated on the calendar.

    Really hoping that DéjàOffice will live up to promises... Keep up the good work !

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    My $0.02... I use Palm Desktop (not Outlook), but if I click the recurring To-Do as "done" on the desktop, it will automagically reschedule it, and sync appropriately. If I click it "done" on the handheld, it goes away.

    So, for now, although it requires brain power (argh!), remember to tick your recurring to-do's on the desktop, and you'll be fine.

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    +1 on the "Can you let us know when the rewrite that "will be posted soon" will be available."

    Keep up the good work

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    Kewl! I had hoped for yesterday. We are still looking at issues with recurriing exceptions on a couple models of phones. I hope they will be resolved today (Tuesday July 27).

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjbinney View Post
    My $0.02... I use Palm Desktop (not Outlook), but if I click the recurring To-Do as "done" on the desktop, it will automagically reschedule it, and sync appropriately. If I click it "done" on the handheld, it goes away.

    So, for now, although it requires brain power (argh!), remember to tick your recurring to-do's on the desktop, and you'll be fine.
    I just realized most folks were talking about recurring events in the calendar, not recurring tasks on the the task list. Sorry!

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    You're right, though. Recurring events do go from my Palm Desktop to the Deja calendar, but I'm one of those weird people who does everything from my phone and occasionally (which should actually be frequently, as I found out during a phone "crash") syncs to my desktop as a backup. I'm hoping that I'll be able to schedule my recurring events from my Droid very soon!

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