Following just 7 days behind the webOS 1.3.5 update, Palm has released the Palm webOS 184.108.40.206 update. This update, according to Palm, is attended to address a very specific bug in the Calendar application when data is synchronized with a Microsoft Exchange Server.
The release notes for the latest webOS update states:
"This release fixes an issue in which the Calendar app displayed no events for any account after a user synchronized Calendar with an Exchange account. With this update, Calendar events now appear correctly after an Exchange sync."
According to a KB article published by Palm on Jan. 3, the nature of the problem is "that the turn of the year [to] 2010 has surfaced an issue that affects customers who use Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) to synchronize their calendars. Data remains intact on the device; however, this issue prevents the data from being displayed correctly in the Calendar application. It impacts all versions of webOS."
The Palm webOS 220.127.116.11 update is available for immediate download by using the Updates application on Sprint branded Palm Pre and Palm Pixi smartphones and will take about 10-15 minutes to install. Aside from resolving the issue with the Calendar application, there are no new changes between 18.104.22.168 and Palm webOS 1.3.5 which was released on December 28, 2009.
You can read the Palm webOS 22.214.171.124 release notes on the Palm webOS updates page. You can read the full Palm KB article on the Palm support website.