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Old 02-07-2007, 05:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Calendar - BIS to BES, entries not migrated

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I have a few BIS users who have personal BBs with existing calendar entries. When I move them to the BES, the existing BB calendar entries are not copied over to our Groupwise calendar. (All future entries are sync'd as expected).

Is there a way to "force" these existing BB calendar entries into our corporate calendar? If not, does any one know of a good way to import these entries such that the BB and Groupwise calendar are in sync?

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Groupwise 6.5
BES 4.1.0 for Groupwise

(PS: Hope I used the BIS term above correctly)

Thanks for any help!
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Old 02-08-2007, 09:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Nope, intellisync will do this because the HH wipes out it's calendar and requests the server copy when wireless sync is turned on.
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Default import prior to wireless sync?

I wonder if I will be able to export the calendar events from the HH and then import them to the groupwise calendar *prior* to the enterprise activation (and wireless sync) and see if they 'migrate' to the blackberry after an enterprise activation.

I will test this out and post the information in this thread later today or tomorrow.
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