Outlook Calendar and Contact Sync with Nano

Just wondering if apple is working on a service pack for itunes 5.0 that will actually allow itunes to properly sync up with outlook calendar and contacts without getting that -50 error (or -20). forgot error code !!!

As others have said in your other posts, no one here knows or can say what Apple is working on.
If you haven't seen this KB article:
iTunes for Windows: Troubleshooting iPod contact and calendar syncing
perhaps it will help.

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