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jshaw541

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Hey folks, I'm currently syncing my iPhone from my home machine with an iSync connector to KMS. I'd like to be able to sync while at work, too.

1. Has anyone tried using the iSync connector from multiple machines?
2. Do you run into duplicate event issues?
3. Do you run into any other issues?

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winkelman

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I assume it's the iPhone that's doing the syncing and not the machine it's connected to. So and that respect, it doesn't matter where you connect the iPhone, it's still the same 'connection' (iPhone <--> server).

But do mind the word 'assume' in my 1st sentence... I'm only literate in the Windows Mobile world...
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jshaw541

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To update this thread for others who are curious. This does not appear robust. There are sync problems, and events are often duplicated with each sync, cluttering things up.

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