Maybe a bug?
Well, 40 comments and no listing of what this upgrade may have broken...
OK, maybe I found one.
Description: After iTunes 184.108.40.206 install and sync to iPhone 1.0.1, when Outlook started after these events, some Outlook calendar events popped up from 184 days ago that were past due and previously dismissed, looked to be just my repeating events scheduled like "pay this credit card it's due today" which occurs every 15th of the month forever, "pay the HOA fee" which is set for every 6 months since it's bi-yearly, etc.
May be iPhone and/or iPod related, since I think my iPodVideo30 has a calendar too it may happen on iPods, I did not test my iPod since I don't have it handy?
Here's the scenario.
I have my iPhone here at work, iPod is at home or in my gym bag, so this delt with the iPhone, so not sure if iPod would have same issue.
Installed iTunes 220.127.116.11 - mine is the .6 version. Successful.
iTunes installer had me shut down PC.
Did that. PC rebooted.
Outlook did not come up, since I don't have it do that, so it remained unstarted.
iTunes sub-processes saw my iPhone was docked and connected.
iTunes started up.
iTunes successfully sync'd to iPhone.
iPhone works, iTunes works, all is happy.
Ran IE, checked macrumors and Outlook Express email (where I don't have calendar events).
Then started Outlook regular version to check my corporate email - 2003 SP 2 I think is the version number.
Outlook typically loads and then tells you about any overdue calendar events.
The overdue calendar events included about a dozen seemingly repeating events that I had dismissed long ago, things like repeating events scheduled like "pay this credit card it's due today" etc. These repeating events were scheduled up to about 184 days ago on my system. Since I had previously dismissed them, and even run Outlook earlier in the day before all this, there were no events that came up then, these only came up after iTunes sync'd my events to iPhone.
I dismissed all of them, all seems OK now, but weirdness.