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Wannabe Geek

#39702 18-Aug-2009 14:56
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Hi all, long story short i ahve a few syncing things up in the "cloud" and i ahve an issue that when the BB syncs it creates duplicates of things in my calendar from the other 5 i have in my google account - and they all have about 100 items a week in them so as you can imagine it gets quite frustrating...

Is there a way to delete the entire calendar without destroying all the other info on it? I dont mind deleting all the appointments as this will get me to my end goal and then when i sync it bacxk up to outlook are there any steps i need to take so that it doesnt delete all of that data but instead combines the 2?

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  #249217 20-Aug-2009 21:47
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In calendar press the BB menu key then options. In that screen type rset depending on what you using keyboard wise. SureType you have to key 1 twice ? Twice then 1 again then 2 if you get my drift. Then do a battery pull then resync to google. Ensure before you do all this that your google calendar is up to date

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Wannabe Geek

  #249373 21-Aug-2009 11:50
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Thanks zocster - thats not in the handbook but worked a treat!

Is there a rep button? I'lll press it a hundred times!

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