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Synching Notes from iPhone to MacBookPro?


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tarheel

 
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MacBookPro - 2 1/2 yrs old - OS X 10.6.5. Mail: Version 4.4 - all software updates current.
I have about thirty-five "Notes" in my Apple iPhone 3GS. I have "Notes" set on my MacBookPro so they show up only in the "Notes" folder and not in the "Inbox". If I create a new note it shows up in "Notes" on both my MackBookPro and in my iPhone. Question: How do I get the thirty-five or so notes that are showing up ONLY on my iPhone to synch into my MacBookPro. Everything works as it should when I synch my iPhone - except I cannot get all the old notes to show up in the mail program on my MacBookPro.
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