I recently moved from using the Microsoft Exchange sync capability with Google Apps to IMAP, CardDAV, and CalDAV due to some bugs I was hitting. But this meant that all of the shared calendars began firing off alerts for my phone.
Turns out Google offers a page that allows you to toggle which calendars sync with your phone.
- Go to https://www.google.com/calendar/iphoneselect
- And then select which calendars you want to display.
- Save the changes.
Once that is done, open up the calendar app on your iPhone or iOS device and go to the screen where it shows the list of calendars. You should only see (and receive alerts) for the calendars selected previously.
A few months ago I acquired Gonyea.com from a domain squatter. I haven’t done much with the domain due to time restraints, but I am edging closer to at least begin working on moving over my online presence to it. Here are my initial plan:
I have signed up for Google Apps for the domain. The free version does everything I need, whether it is e-mail, calendar, contacts, etc. I do not need to worry about running a mail server and I can use Google Apps on any device I own.
In one sense, moving e-mail over to Google Apps would be easy. Setup a filter on Gmail to do all of the hard work and that is it. Yet it really isn’t that easy. The perfectionist in me would require that every online account I own be immediately switched over, which will take hours to do all of the updates. Then again, do I really want a bunch of web sites to know about my new e-mail address?
My calendar right now is just hosted on my home computer and isn’t synced in the cloud. I will use this opportunity to move everything over to Google Calendar.
I plan on configuring my iPhone and my iPad to both use Gmail & Google Calendar via the Google Sync feature. Instantly I will have over the air calendar and contact updates, plus push e-mail.
I am almost certain I will just 301 redirect to chris.gonyea.com. I just have to setup the proper .htaaccess rules and setup WordPress on chris.gonyea.com.