New Contacts Don't Retain Group Identity During Sync
I have two iMacs (Mac OS X 10.7.4) and an iPhone 4S (iOS 5.1.1). All
three devices sync through iCloud.
Often, but not always, when I create a new contact in Address Book on
either of my two iMacs (Mac OS X 10.7 all versions) it does not appear
on the other Mac or my iPhone (iOS 5 all versions) in the group that I
created it in. It does appear in "All Contacts". The new contact does
retain its group identity on the Mac that I created it on.
Is anyone familiar with this?
Markets, not mandates and mob rule.
Consent, not coercion.
- Re: Snow Leopard vs. Lion
... hardware or upgrade to Lion or Mountain Lion yet. ... Apple can't ignore that. ... Macs using iCloud? ... Mac computer use. ...
- Re: Continued problems for new iMacs
... I like the "abnormally large amount of complaints" part. ... As we noted in an article soon after the new iMacs were ... shipped product from Apple is rare." ... Wasn't it just pointed out here that Mac is now number four in ...
- Re: Price does matter - Mac potentially forces mom to stay on Welfare
... I assisted a single mother to get off welfare. ... not even afford the $76 to advertise her services in the local paper. ... Mac loses a customer and burdens the ... A computer surplus house in my neck of the woods is selling the original iMacs for $50 each. ...
- Re: Con iCloud e MobileMe
... Parlando di Mac, i servizi di iCloud si avranno solo con Lion. ... i servizi di iCloid si avranno solo con iOS5. ...
- Re: Help with iCloud setttings please
... "Sync over wifi" just means "iTunes will operate normally to this iPad ... ticked does that mean that if I add something to my phone in Calendar it ... For that, you go into the phone's iCloud settings, enable iCloud ... Do the same on your Mac. ...