Sunday, August 30, 2009

Sync iPhone Calendar With Google Calendar And Keep DefaultNotification !

Google has begun recommending Google Sync, in order to synchronize google-offers-free-offline-calendar-for-all/">calendar and contacts of the iPhone with Google Calendar and Gmail contacts. That uses the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync protocol to synchronize the data on your phone with your Google account.
This option is able to support multiple calendars at the same time and it works well for you. But it has an important issue that Active Sync lets you add a single user alarm and Google calendar converts each alarm to a “Pop-Up Notification” which means you can’t receive SMS notification or email how-to-merge-my-multiple-contacts-in-gmail/">notification when you create events from your phone.

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how-to-merge-my-multiple-contacts-in-gmail/">Meanwhile, you have another way to sync iPhone’s calendar Google Calendar that is CalDav, it is limited one for each account and it can’t support push updates and it is able to work with only iPhone OS 3.0. At the same time you can use the default tasks-live-is-the-new-feature-for-google-calendar/">notifications from the Google Calendar.

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