1. jskerutis's Avatar
    My issue is that my office 365 calender is not syncing with my playbook native calender. my contacts and email is working fine on the playbook. Note: everything is working fine on my phone including the calender. When I switch to the latest beta and then upgraded to the latest official OS for playbook my calender stopped syncing only new events update. current events that are on the phone and outlook do not appear in the playbook native calender but on the bridged calender.

    I have done a factory reset, deleted the account, and re-installed the account. one other note is the account that I am having issues with is my main account. I have one other email account with 365 that is working fine with contacts turned off, but the calender updates with current and new entries.
    10-04-12 10:58 AM
  2. OnyxFruit's Avatar
    You might want to try and delete the problem account from your playbook and then go in to your exchange admin settings and delete the playbook device from your activesync device list. Then, re-add the account onto your playbook and let it sync again. I know I had to reboot my playbook after the OS update for me to get everything to sync correctly.
    10-07-12 02:54 PM
  3. jskerutis's Avatar
    I will try this, thank you
    10-07-12 09:44 PM
  4. jskerutis's Avatar
    Now Native e-mail has stopped working, I am getting the user was not found in the directory service.
    10-11-12 09:11 AM
  5. jskerutis's Avatar
    Fixed, Yesterday I had time and I did a wipe of the playbook, during the wipe I went to the MSOL site and deleted the playbook in active sync account like suggested above. calender is syncing with all appointments, and email accounts are working. One thing, (I was getting the message that my password was about to expire) that is when the email stopped working so I corrected that issue through MSOL..
    10-23-12 07:49 AM
  6. OnyxFruit's Avatar
    I'm glad everything is working for you. It seems that a security wipe these days is needed more often than not.
    10-29-12 03:04 AM