If you need additional info on doing that, let me know. Our IT dept replaced my 8700c due to bad wireless radio, so I just got the new 8700c and noticed that calander entries I creat on my desktop outook 2007 are not syncing to the blackberry and well as entries made on bb calender are not syncing to desktop outlook.However, if some one else sends me a meeting invite, I can accept on either desktop outlook or bb and the appt will show up in both bb and desktop outlook.I found the solution below which worked for me after trying several others; wanted to share it and hopefully save someone some time.
If calendar synchronization doesn’t work between your Black Berry® device and Exchange mailbox, follow these troubleshooting steps: 1.
Verify that the mailbox involved in synchronization is not hidden from the address book.
Our service account was a member of the domain admins group.
You may think that will ensure the account has adequate permissions in Exchange, but you'd be wrong.
To check where it is registered, ref the following article: Black Berry Search Results If it is registered in the incorrect location, re-register and restart the Dispatcher service.
3) Here was my problem: Service account has incorrect rights in Exchange.
Does anyone have any suggestions here as to what might be missing, if there is some setting that we are not seeing?
The following is a list of software versions with patches currently available. 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 Note: The 2007 Calendar Patch to the Black Berry Device Software is licensed to you on the same terms and conditions as those under which the Black Berry Device Software was originally licensed to you.
I get updated appointments on my bb from outlook but not the other way. nearly everyone in my company uses bb's of various models and all on verizon.
I and one other guy use the 8700, he hasn't mentioned any issues. Sorry for the late reply, but I don't get on this site that often. I have confirmed that is also present on the BES Server. We are running Exchange 2003 on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Bes 4.1 on Server 2003 Standard.1) is registered in the Bin subfolder under the Exchsrvr folder, correct? DLL: 6.5.7638.2 (C:\WINNT\system32\cdo.dll) Where is supposed to have to be the MAPI32 and EMSMDB32 files on the BES?
All this worked fine when BES was installed on our Exchange server.