How to Really Reset your .Mac Sync Data

2008-02-26 Thread TjL
I haven't tried this + all the usual YMMV stuff, but might be of interest to many here: How-To: Truly reset your .Mac sync data By David Chartier | Published: February 25, 2008 - 03:28PM CT As many users of syncing products know, sync can be tricky. Items can sometimes get duplicated

.mac sync

2008-01-19 Thread Jeff Schmitz
While I was able to do an initial sync between two Leopard macs with my .mac account, it doesn't seem to update now. I just did a sync on my source mac, then synced my other mac, and even told it to reset it's data to .mac, but I didn't get any changes from the source mac, including new

Re: .mac sync

2008-01-19 Thread TjL
On 1/19/08, Jeff Schmitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: While I was able to do an initial sync between two Leopard macs with my .mac account, it doesn't seem to update now. I just did a sync on my source mac, then synced my other mac, and even told it to reset it's data to .mac, but I didn't get

Re: .mac sync

2008-01-19 Thread Robert DeLaurentis
On Jan 19, 2008, at 10:29 AM, Jeff Schmitz wrote: When a hard reset doesn't even work, what can I do next? Write barebones support, they have a procedure that will fix the problem. My experience with Sync and Yojimbo is that it works, and works well, most of the time. However, I've had

Question about .MAC sync

2007-05-16 Thread Frank Mantek
I have a screwed up Yojimbo State. One machine crashed, and left bad state on .MAC for Yojimbo. So i went to a good machine, reset the Yojimbo state on .MAC using that machine. Go to the other machine and say: replace from .MAC. Works. So everything is back in order, but everytime i sync

Re: Question about .MAC sync

2007-05-16 Thread Niels Kobsch├Ątzki
On May 16, 2007, at 4:37 PM, Frank Mantek wrote: Been there. Done that. No help. Consistently now, every hour, my laptop syncs, get's items on .MAC were replaced, i choose replace/merge (does not matter, really), and later on i get inconsistencies detected. The items though are all on