When I view the log through the Desktop Manager, it gives me this: "Internal error #4238. Translation Canceled."
I have absolutely no clue what is causing this BlackBerry Intellisync error. I've uninstalled and reinstalled everything that I can think of: Desktop Manager 4.0, BlackBerry OS 4.0, and even Lotus Notes itself. I'm at the point where I'm wondering if the mail file (.nsf) may be corrupt. I can't see any Lotus Notes calendar entries that look unusual though, so I'm at a loss. Could you please advise?
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In a case like this, I'd recommend contacting support. One item that might help would be using over-the-air synchronization, rather than relying on the Desktop Manager -- if that's an option for you.
This boils down to a resource sharing issue. I believe it can be resolved by closing down Lotus Notes and leaving only the Desktop Manager open, while simultaneously synchronizing it.
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