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Topic # 12740 3-Apr-2007 11:13
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So I stuffed it - trying to be smart...

I activesync my wm2003 pda with Informant Pro 5 and my PC with Outlook 2003sp2.

I had issues with duplicates so thought about it a bit (not enough) and deleted all the PCs entries.  All good. 

BUT, I forgot that on previous sync I had selected "replace items on my device" and instead of updating my PC I deleted all my pda calendar.

I had an important meeting yesterday & made some calendar entries that've not backed up. 

Any ideas would be appreciated, all I can find online are regedit options(that scare me).

Cheers

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Reply # 66066 3-Apr-2007 11:21
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They should all be in the Deleted Items folder and you should be able to restore them... Unless you have emptied the folder.







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Reply # 66091 3-Apr-2007 13:18
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Thanks for the reply...  I'm little dense, so thanks for typing slowly.
Um, how do I restore all 406 of the items from Trash?
Aaand, where is a good place to get ipaq bits (stylii & screenpro & chargy-things)  here in Wellington? 
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  Reply # 66093 3-Apr-2007 13:25
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Just drag and drop the entries back to the Calendar folder in the Folder List. You can select all entries and drag the lot.

As for iPaq stuff - I buy everything for my Pocket PC on-line at Boxwave...








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  Reply # 66096 3-Apr-2007 13:38
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Thanks for the info.  Much appreciated.

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