BusyCal

The most powerful calendar for Mac and iOS. What Is BusyCal? BusyCal 3 is a powerful and smart calendar that has many features to help organize your daily routine. Besides scheduling appointments and meetings, it also allows you to build your own to-do list. With info panel, travel time, menu bar, alarms, tag, and smart filters built into BusyCal, you will never miss anything. Try BusyCal calendar for Mac and it will become the app you can’t live without. Use natural language for inputs, create custom alerts, and set the interface to look just right with a few clicks.

WindowsHi Joe,

There is no way to work around the problem w/Daylite and MobileMe.

If you need to get your Daylite calendar synced to iCal and then to your iPhone, you have really these two options:

1) Sync Daylite with local iCal calendars, then use iTunes to sync those calendars w/your iPhone
Currency assistant. 2) Sync Daylite with local iCal calendars, then use BusySync (or BusyCal) to sync those calendars to Google, then use your iPhone to access Google.

The BusySync link to Goggle looks like this:

The iPhone access to Google calendar looks like this:

If you'd like to use it for non-Daylite calendars, you can use the new MobileMe alongside the setup.
Regards,
-Kirk
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Apple requires all third-party apps (e.g. BusyCal) to use an app-specific password to sync with iCloud. A prerequisite for creating an app-specific password is that you must enable two-factor authentication. So you will have to do both. You'll find full instructions here:
https://support.busymac.com/help/71150-icloud-two-factor-authentication-and-app-specific-passwords
If you do not want to enable iCloud two-factor authentication and use an app-specific password, your options are:
A) Switch from BusyCal to Apple Calendar and continue syncing with iCloud.
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B) continue using BusyCal but switch from iCloud to Google Calendar.
Regards,
-John
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On Oct 02, 2017 07:18 PM, Anne Wong Holloway <[email protected]> wrote:
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> On 3 Oct 2017, at 6:12 AM, Robert George <[email protected]> wrote:
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> What do I do if I don't use 2-factor authentication? It does not seem to accept my iCloud pw. Thanks,
> rfg
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> On Monday, July 17, 2017 at 4:41:47 PM UTC-4, Chip Milligan wrote:
> Do I really have to make an app specific password for BusyCal to sync my calendar using iCloud? I have enough passwords as it is, and really would rather not have yet another password. I am having problems now logging into BusyCal because it is not recognizing my password! Very frustrated.
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