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kenknight
I have an interesting problem. I am tyring to at least copy my addressbook to my C1000 using ZMacSync 1.5 (yes, I know about 2.0b2, but this Mac is currently only running 10.3.9 - I never got around to putting Tiger on and since my new Mac will have that on it and behere in about a week I'm not bothering now). I have a couple hundred addresses in AddressBook, but ZMacSync only copied over 4 of them. I don't know why. I can't get it to copy the remainder. This is on a C1000 that had never been synced before. Though, I had used ZMacSync on a SL-5600 in the past with good results.

Anyone got any ideas what is going on here? Thanks.

** Ken **
dhns
QUOTE(kenknight @ Oct 16 2005, 09:16 PM)
copied over 4 of them.

Just an idea: did you set a Category filter in the Zaurus Address Book?

-- hns
kenknight
No filters on the Zaurus.

ZMacSync itself said only the 4 entries were moved over too. It should have moved a couple hundred entries.
dhns
QUOTE(kenknight @ Oct 19 2005, 01:46 AM)
ZMacSync itself said only the 4 entries were moved over too. It should have moved a couple hundred entries.

Hm.
Did you use Sync or Copy M->Z?

-- hns
kenknight
Tried copy.

The solution though not ideal (but good enough since I don't use the 5600 now) was to delete the zaurus-1 and local-1 files from the Application Support/ZmacSync directory.
dhns
QUOTE(kenknight @ Oct 19 2005, 08:54 PM)
Tried copy.

The solution though not ideal (but good enough since I don't use the 5600 now) was to delete the zaurus-1 and local-1 files from the Application Support/ZmacSync directory.
*

Ah,
that explains a lot.

ZMacSync is not prepared to sync several different Zaurus devices (although that had been planned with the -1 suffix). So it assumes that the Z connected to it already knows most records.

But that might be a feature to be introduced into ZMacSync 2.5

-- hns
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