I apologize if this has been addressed already, but I've reached my limit of patience
with search engines and forum web sites for one day. It appears that the CompanionLink forum
here is closed down ...? Can't post to it, anyway.
The issue: on a Motorola Droid pro, running 2.3.2, CompanionLink's Outlook sync ran reasonably well,
although it required some odd steps which they claim are driven by the OS. Regardless, after the Android
2.3.3 update, CompanionLink (AKA DejaOffice) fails consistently and without useful error output. The
software on the PC side does not recognize that sync has started on the device side -- which is how
it's supposed to work on a Droid -- and never runs to completion.
CompanionLink tech support has been useless -- by definition, since they haven't solved my problem. They
appear to be being slammed with a large number of cases reported and have no plan they're willing to discuss
to address the problem. So:
Anybody else having this problem?
Anybody else have a solution? (The two most common, turning off bluetooth and turning off USB debugging, don't work in my
case, by the way. Already tried 'em.)
Anybody else have another product for syncing at least Outlook contacts and calendar with Droid?
And if anyone is considering CompanionLink, I would strongly recommend against it, at this point. If
you're a CompanionLink employee, your tech support case # 227495 will give you the background, which I
suggest you read before responding here.