Sending email to a Group of iPhone Contacts

Not as simple as it sounds, Sending email to a group of iPhone Contacts can be accomplished with some easy steps when you know how

  • In the Notes App, type your list of iPhone Contacts exactly as follows
name1<email1>,name2<email2>,name3<email3>,namen<emailn>
  • Select and copy the entire list
  • In the Contacts App, create a new contact
  • In the "Company" field, enter a name for your group, for example "Close Friends"
  • In the "Email" field, paste the list
  • Save

All set!

You can now send emails to this group of iPhone Contacts

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Syncing iPhone with Multiple Google Calendars

Many of us have more than one Google Calendar to Sync: work, home, etc

This page introduces two methods on How to synchronize multiple Google Calendars with iPhone

 

The easy way - Standard Method

All set !

If this does not work, try this alternate method


Sync multiple CalDAV Calendars with iPhone

 
  • Log in to your CalDAV account and go to your Calendar settings
  • On the right of the "Calendar Address" section, you'll find your Google Calendar ID
  • Compose an email containing the below address where you will have replaced your Google Calendar ID

    https://www.google.com/calendar/dav/YOUR-ID-HERE/user

  • Send it to yourself
  • Copy-paste this address into the "Server" field
  • Your other settings will get copied into the Advanced Settings

Notes & possible issues

  • Google Sync allows to sync up to 25 Calendars
  • CalDAV does not support Push
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Syncing iPhone with multiple computers

Note: if you encounter problems with iTunes trying to erase your iPhone from one of the computers, read our Prevent iTunes from syncing iPhone instructions

As mentioned in a previous post, iTunes only allows one-way synchronizations from Computer to iPhone

Then, if you connect your iPhone to a Computer whose library is different from your iPhone's, you may end up with unwanted song deletions on your iPhone

To prevent this and be able to Synchronize your iPhone with several Computers, you need to transfer data from your iPhone to the Computers where this data is missing

Once all your Computers libraries are complete and synchronized, you can sync your iPhone with any of your Computers without risking to lose songs from your iPhone


Just follow these steps

  • Start by synchronizing your iPod / iPhone with iTunes on your first Computer ( the one that is most complete )
  • Unplug your iPod / iPhone from that first Computer
  • Connect your iPod / iPhone to the second Computer and follow the procedure to Sync iPhone to iTunes and transfer iPhone contents to iTunes onto the second Computer

You are all set !

Now that you know how to synchronize an iPhone with two computers, feel free to do so with as many computers as you want


Notes & possible issues

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Syncing an iPhone with another

This solution also works to Synchronize iPhone and iPad, two iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone, etc

As seen in a previous post, there's no problem Syncing several iPhones to a single Computer / iTunes

The problem starts when you try to Transfer Music from one iPhone to another

This would be easy if we could just Copy Songs from an iPhone to iTunes and then Synchronize another iPhone with iTunes

But, as explained in our Sync iPhone to iTunes tutorial, iPhone to iTunes transfers are not possible using iTunes


The solution:

First Import Music from iPhone to iTunes with a dedicated software

Then, Synchronize a second iPhone with iTunes, which, at the end equals to Transferring Songs from one iPhone to another

 

Just follow these steps


Notes & possible issues

  • This solution transfers all personal settings between two iPhones: playlists, ratings and so on ( see complete list )
     

    So, that's a very safe way to fully Synchronize two iPhones

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Sync iPhone with multiple iTunes

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Syncing iPhone with multiple iTunes

Note: if you want to Synchronize iPhone with several Computers click here

When you search over the Internet How to synchronize iPhone with multiple iTunes libraries, all you can find are solutions to Synchronize iPhone with several PC

We are looking for just the opposite: Manage several iTunes libraries on a single Computer

Indeed.
What if, within a household, every person wants to keep his / her iTunes library separated from the others'?
More simply, you may want to create an iTunes library for each of your iPod / iPhones and switch between them on the same Computer

The only application we found able to do this is this one

It will allow you to create multiple iTunes libraries on a single computer and keep them separated without any risk of accidental mix-up


Notes & possible issues

  • This solution is compatible with all iPhone & iTunes versions
  • Once set up, this program allows you to switch between as many iTunes libraries as you want. It's like having several iTunes on one Computer
  • Once you created more than one iTunes library on a single Computer, you can Transfer Music from an iPhone to a dedicated iTunes library
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