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I've had this issue for a while now and have put up with it, but with my schedule getting busier now, I really need a fix. Whenever I add an
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    I've had this issue for a while now and have put up with it, but with my schedule getting busier now, I really need a fix.

    Whenever I add an event to iCal on my computer, it syncs correctly with my iPhone. However, when I add an event to the calendar on my iPhone, it does not sync it with iCal on my computer.

    Is there a reason it's doing this? I have the option checked to sync the calendars, but it only seems to work one way. I really need it to start syncing the appointments and such that I add on my iPhone to my computer.
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    Do you ever get a message saying "There is a difference of # events between calendars, do you wish to allow?" ?
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    I have gotten that message from time to time but it hasn't been a regular thing.
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    Ok, that means it is doing the sync between the two devices, and not just one way. Do you have iTunes set to sync all Calendars or just selected ones?
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    Just some selected calendars because I don't need all of the subscriptions I use in iCal.
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