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Topic # 67907 10-Sep-2010 17:40
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Hi there

I have searched for the answer to this question but have yet to find one so hopefully someone here can help me.

I have noticed that my calendar doesn't hold my important dates and appointments longer than a month or so.  I am pretty sure this is a new 'issue'.

Is it a setting? Is it my imagination that this is a new issue or maybe it has always been this way? Can it be changed? Please let me know how ...

Thanks in advance.

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  Reply # 378632 10-Sep-2010 17:50
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Do you have Sync > All Events set under Calendar settings?

I do and I have all my calendar entries from years back.

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  Reply # 378645 10-Sep-2010 19:14
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Under "info" on itunes when you have your phone plugged in, there's a tick box for "do not sync events older than X days" where I think 30 is the default for X. Maybe try changing that?


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  Reply # 378661 10-Sep-2010 20:26
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Thank you - such a simple thing to do. I really appreciate your help. :-)

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  Reply # 378662 10-Sep-2010 20:27
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So annoyed with myself for not thinking of such a logical step. Thanks :-)

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  Reply # 378747 11-Sep-2010 10:30
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No problem at all. :)

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