Sidekick 99 -> W2K: Tasks List Sidekick 99 -> W2K: Tasks List Guest (visitor) (OP) 11 Sep 02 14:21 I'm using sidekick 99 on win 2000. The daily tasks list does not forward the undone tasks to the next day. Has anyone else encountered this? Is there a fix?Thanks,Craigum RE: Sidekick 99 -> W2K: Tasks List james33 (TechnicalUser) 11 Sep 02 17:21 Dear craigum,As you saw from the last thread you postedthis question in (I understand why youposted again, I would have suggested itanyway), there isn't usually a problem withthe tasks.Todo's not forwarding is the usual problem.check out FAQ807-2098This will give you the addresses at Starfish and you can check out the answers they give Starfish just say that Sidekick came out before Win2000 so it isn't their problem if it doesn't work!This is the page at the Starfish site:http://techsupp.starfish.com/cgi-bin/newsite.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_sid=s-iIO_og&p_lva=020604-000069&p_refno=010510-000039&p_created=989520438&p_sp=cF9ncmlkc29ydD0mcF9yb3dfY250PTUzJnBfc2VhcmNoX3RleHQ9JnBfc2VhcmNoX3R5cGU9MyZwX3Byb2RfbHZsMT0zNCZwX3Byb2RfbHZsMj1_YW55fiZwX2NhdF9sdmwxPX5hbnl_JnBfc29ydF9ieT1kZmx0JnBfcGFnZT0y&p_li=check out this forum using advanced searchat the top of the page for any other postson the same subject e.g. (sdk99 + WIN2000 + tasks) HTHRegards Jim RE: Sidekick 99 -> W2K: Tasks List Vuudoo (TechnicalUser) 4 Dec 02 14:46 I have been reading on this and my experience with Sidekick on the Windows 2000 OS is:Sidekick 99 will operate but the ToDo items will not forward. There doesn't seem to be a patch or any cure for this. A reference at Starfish had a procedure for setting the date back to make sure that there was a new read by the program so it would know to forward them. Sidekick 98 seems to work. I haven't done a lot of testing. You can download the skw98sea.exe (sidekick 98) and the patch sk98patch.exe (the data has is here from James33). I installed and ran the patch before launching Sidekick 98 the first time. So far so good.Why 98 will work and 99 won't I don't know. 99 was a scaled down version. I am looking at a couple of newer PIM’s to see how they compare. I’ll post my findings here.