Sync ical and outlook

i need to sync ical and outlook calendars

{quote:title=Julian Wright wrote:}
Ok... so in that case, what is keeping track of changes to the files on the flashcard? When you plug it into the Mac after using it on the PC, what decides which files are newer and which files to move from the flashcard to the Mac, and which files to move from the Mac to the flashcard? What decides what to do when there is newer data on both?
I suspect you are not actually syncing, but simply manually copying the data each time using the flashcard as the transport medium.
No, I have two sync programs, one on the Mac, one on the PC, they sync their files to the flashcard.
{quote:title=Julian Wright wrote:}
Have you tried configuring iTunes on both your home Mac and work PC to sync calendars to your iPod touch? If so, does it work or is data overwritten?
That was my question, can it be done? I'm guessing, from what you are saying here, that iTunes should be able to handle it? I don't have iTunes on the PC, so I haven't tried it. Is the functionality the same as on the Mac?

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