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I recently upgraded the software for someone using my laptop and now it is showing my folder structure in the "View Folder" section and the appointments that were in my calendar are now on his blackberry. immediately after the upgrade we performed the enterprise activation and since then he is receiving his contacts, emails, appointments, etc. but it still shows my folder structure and emails from before the activation.

aside from wiping the device and reactivating it, is there any other way to correct this? i dont want to wipe it becuase i dont want to delete his text messages.
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