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Sidekick To Do Forwarding Problem Solved

Sidekick To Do Forwarding Problem Solved

Sidekick To Do Forwarding Problem Solved

(OP)
Open sidekick and goto/view your calendar.
Before doing anything else - click on file, open calendar.
Open the same calendar (don't save changes if prompted).
To Do items will be forwarded correctly (assuming forwarding options set correctly, 30 days etc).
Works for me in W2K. Didn't have the problem in XP.
Rob

RE: Sidekick To Do Forwarding Problem Solved

Can you tell me which version of Sidekick you're speaking about?

Thanks,
Bill in Toronto

RE: Sidekick To Do Forwarding Problem Solved

I use TrueSync Desktop for Rex Pro v1.8 which works perfectly on Windows 98.  I've just installed it on a Windows XP Pro system and To Dos do't forward.
It's using Sidekick files but doesn't have an application called sidekick, what patch should I install and how do I identify the application to apply it to?

RE: Sidekick To Do Forwarding Problem Solved

What version of sidekick are you using.  For sk98 downloading the updated sidekick.exe and yintd.dll files fixed the problem for me without any hoop jumping.  (Thanks very much to this forum where I got links where these files and other good info on SK were available!!!)

Gary

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