So I entered all my flight and meeting time information for this week into my Oracle Calendar. But of course those events are entered in the time zone where I entered the data. I synced my Nokia E62 calendar to my Oracle Calendar. When I arrived on the east coast, the phone changed to the current local time, and yep, you guessed it, it shifted all of my calendar entries by three hours.
Sheesh – you’d think devices meant for travelers would be smarter than this.
I know that this is something that OSAF’s Chandler software gets this right – individual calendar entries can have timezones attached to them. Are there other software and devices that get this right?