What worked for me was MSCHROYER's solution: mschroyer wrote: I had this same issue. I uninstalled and re-installed both ITunes and Outlook with no luck. The fix for me was searching for BJABLR32.dll and making a copy of it to c:\windows\system32. once I did this...it quit throwing the error.
Using the search tool in Win XP I found that BJABLR32.dll was already installed on my machine (a couple of instances, actually, from different versions of Outlook over the years). I found the latest one by checking each file's "properties" and copied that to the c:\windows\system32 folder.
This worked for me too, a stroke of genius from whoever discovered it! They should get a job at Apple!!
I have a date syncing issue with all-day birthday events as well, except I'm on a Mac and I don't even use Outlook.
Everything appears fine on my Mac, but the birthday entries in my contacts list on my iPad are oneday out (although the calendar appears fine), and on my iPhone (iOS4) are TWO days out, and appear fine in some entries, and in others appears on several days in the calendar.
Has anyone else had this problem, and a related one which presents the following symptoms:
If I go into my contacts on the phone (3gs running 4.2), all the birthdays are off by a day. Say if someone's actual birthday is on 24 December, it will be showing as being 25 December. However, if I edit the birthday, when I move the wheel to '24', the date stays as 25 December. If I move it back to '23', it shows as 24 December. However, the birthdate in all of this is shown correctly in Outlook.
So the dates are all shifted by one day in the calendar, but ALSO in the contacts and I can't seem to fix that. ***?!?!?