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n9 creating alarms for whole day events

Professor
theking2
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n9 creating alarms for whole day events

the N900 has this nasty bug that for Ms exchange whole day events alarms are falsely genefated. It was never addressed. Does MeeGo feature the same bug?

I'm writing this at midnight after the N900 has woken me twice, yuck.
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Mobile Sensei
ceroberts75
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Re: n9 creating alarms for whole day events

lol...i have not had that issue.


though becuase i always use alarms to keep me on task with my appointments in my calendar...i always choose a time amount.


the only other issue i have had with the n900 and alarms is the birthdays....going off at like midnight 24 hours before! so when they do, i just open the alert, then change it to 8 hours before.
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Professor
theking2
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Re: n9 creating alarms for whole day events

all the time. every invitation I get for a whole day event with or without an alert WILL create an alert on the N900. At midgnight.

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Professor
theking2
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Re: n9 creating alarms for whole day events

If the N9 has the same bug (being based on a maemo/meego hybrid) it is, kind of, annoying. You know.
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Professor
theking2
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Re: n9 creating alarms for whole day events

yes, the N9 also creates reminders at midnight for whole day events.

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