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Re: [Orgmode] MobileOrg on DropBox for Teams

From: Richard Moreland
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] MobileOrg on DropBox for Teams
Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2010 14:31:16 -0500

Hi Tommy,

You should be able to rename the MobileOrg directory from within the web
interface once you've linked MobileOrg to your Dropbox account.  You'll
know it worked because the renamed folder will continue to have the same
special icon that it had prior to the rename, indicating that it is
linked to an application.

You won't need to change anything on the iPhone side, it doesn't really
know what folder its data is stored in.  However, in your .emacs, you'll
want to change org-mobile-directory to your newly directory name.

Hope this helps,

On Sat, 27 Nov 2010 13:18 -0600, "Tommy Kelly" <address@hidden>
> Is the location on DropBox where the iPhone app expects to find the org
> files hard-coded (to "/MobileOrg"), or is it customizable?
> I've tried messing with org-mobile-directory on the emacs side and with
> the "Index File" field on the iPhone app, but it didn't work. I tried:
> I set org-mobile-directory to:
>  ~/Dropbox/<mydir>/MobileOrg
> and on the iPhone I set "Index File" to:
> /<mydir>/MobileOrg/index.html
> It didn't complain when syncing but I got no files on the iPhone (I'd
> org-mode-push'ed first).
> Tommy
> P.S. I've previously had MobileOrg syncing working fine with the files
> in the default place. So my basic setup appears to be fine.
> P.P.S. The reason I ask is we use DropBox for Teams. If we had multiple
> MobileOrg users, then the default setting would cause collisions since
> all our files would be getting dropped in /MobileOrg. It would be better
> if we could have the files kept in individualized directories,
> e.g. within user-specific DB folders.
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