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ejb4745 2008-07-03 07:17 AM

Working with two computers
 
Hi,
I am new to OmniFocus. I am running it on my work machine and on my home machine also. I would like to be able to synch the two versions I am sure that his has been covered elsewhere. Please direct me to the best discussion. Thanks so much.

Lizard 2008-07-03 07:45 AM

[url]http://forums.omnigroup.com/showthread.php?t=6189[/url] covers a number of your options with OmniFocus 1.0

OmniFocus 1.1 will allow syncing via WebDAV servers (such as MobileMe). A sneaky peek is available, but it has a lot of potential right now for crashing and destroying your data, so I would discourage a new user from signing up unless it's really a last resort. (By the time it's promoted to a regular beta, we'll have most of those hazards removed.)

ianpiper 2008-07-04 08:54 AM

No sync with dotMac?
 
I think I know the answer, but just to confirm... there is no facility to synchronise my Omnifocus database with my .Mac account - is that right (I know about iCal sync. but that is not what I am looking for)?

If so, that's a shame - I have just moved my stuff from iGTD for the nicer interface in Omnifocus, but forgot to check whether it had this feature.


Ian.
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curt.clifton 2008-07-04 09:14 AM

OF 1.0.2, the current version, does not include .Mac syncing. The 1.1 version, currently in limited "sneaky peek" testing, does includes synchronization via .Mac, which Apple is re-branding as MobileMe next week. (You can also sync via your own WebDAV server if you would prefer saving some money but doing your own tech. support.)

Ken posted a link to the sneaky peek sign-up [URL="http://forums.omnigroup.com/showpost.php?p=39146&postcount=4"]here[/URL].

I think I'm just reposting what Lizard said. Did I misunderstand your question?

ianpiper 2008-07-04 09:37 AM

Curt,

Thanks for the quick reply. No, you didn't misunderstand the question, but you did spell out the answer for the benefit of my slow wits :-)


Ian.
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