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TM Exchange Sync 11.1 works only one way

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Jim Altman Posted: Fri, Oct 5 2012 6:43 AM

I have been working with tech support for nearly 2 months to solve an issue that seems unsolvable.  Calendar items posted to TM sync readily to Exchange, but items posted to Outlook fail to sync into timematters. 

The error message from the sync log is:

2012-10-05 06:35:56,684 [14] DEBUG - Getting Time Matters event changes from 10/05/2012 06:35:34 to 10/05/2012 06:35:56
2012-10-05 06:35:59,232 [14] DEBUG - Getting Appt cf1b1d33-038c-4b1b-8712-45171dd2ed58
2012-10-05 06:35:59,723 [14] DEBUG - Inserting Appointment cf1b1d33-038c-4b1b-8712-45171dd2ed58
2012-10-05 06:35:59,792 [14] INFO  -     Adding Event "test" to Time Matters
2012-10-05 06:36:01,728 [14] INFO  - Error Exception adding Event to tm: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
2012-10-05 06:36:09,506 [14] INFO  -   End of Appointment Synchronization for altlaw.local\jaltman

Does anyone have the 11.1 exchange sync working correctly? Anyone seen this and know of a solution?  Server is SBS08.  I had not updated the sync program in a long time and dont really remember the version i was running prior to upgrading, but it was running fine.  I spend well over half my time in the courthouse and really need for my outlook calendar items to sync back so the office does set me appoinments in conflict with what I do remotely.

 

ANy help deeply appreciated.

Jim Altman 170 Mitchell St. SW Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404) 526-8868

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You might want to explore having someone convert you to a fairly inexpensive hosted exchange account and set this up for you.
This might be more time and cost effective than trying to resolve what I assume is a a local SBS Exchange Server set-up.
For example, we have many firms using Mail Street, and now Office 365 from Microsoft, and have had great success with each provider.

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thanks for the reply. the problem is the connector writing into the timemattters database, not an exchange problem. i have run my own exchange server for years and it is flawless.  the connector was running fine till i upgraded to 11.1. note the log above, it reads and writes exchange fine, it reads timematters fine, it errors when writing to timematters.

Jim Altman 170 Mitchell St. SW Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404) 526-8868

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