Blackberry calendar not updating exchange

10 May

More information is available at Outlook and i Cloud: default data files When you receive the following error when trying to expand the i Cloud folders: Open the i Cloud control panel and sign out of the i Cloud, then sign back in (and enable syncing, if not enabled when you sign in).

If you added the i Cloud service in Outlook's Account settings, Data files tab prior to receiving this error, you'll need to remove it from Outlook before the i Cloud can add it back.

This is a separate calendar and when it works correctly, your default calendar in Outlook will sync to i Cloud.

Tip: To quickly find this folder, open your Account Settings dialog, switch to the Data files tab then select the i Cloud line and click the Open File Location button. At this point I'm not even sure it's worth backing them up, since everything is in the cloud) The ability to set the i Cloud data file as the default so appointments display in the To-Do Bar depends on which i Cloud version you are using.

This procedure is applicable for Black Berry smartphones and tablets running Black Berry 10 or higher software versions.

This includes Z10, Z30, Q5, Q10, Q30, Classic, Leap, Pass Port, Porsche, and similar devices.

i Cloud & Outlook Calendar issues are at i Cloud and Outlook Calendar Sync Issues and Contact issues are at i Cloud and Outlook Contact Sync Issues.

When you sign out of the i Cloud, you'll receive a message asking if you want to keep a copy of the i Cloud data or Delete then from the computer.The data file used by i Cloud 1.x (from i OS5) cannot be set as the default data file.The data file created by i Cloud 2 (i OS6) can be set as the default data file if you use a POP3 account. When i Cloud is set as default and you use an IMAP account, you can't send email.Close Outlook, open the Control panel, locate i Cloud and sign in, then enable calendar and/or contact sync.If you are using an Apple email address (mac.com, me.com), select Mail also.