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Old 07-19-2011, 09:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,
Curve 8520 OS4
I have two gmail addresses, one with a calendar.
I use google synch.
The BB calendar shows each entry three times
The 'Select Calendar' shows the default (whatever that is) and the gmail one.

By setting the colours I can see that it is the default that shows twice.

CICAL default is set to my gmail calendar.

Service Book shows entries for both gmails, just one with a clendar entry.

How can I make it show just the one? Why does it show three?

Any thoughts appreciated
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The answer was to delete the duplicates - by hand (hard work) or using the Desktop Manager (really easy)
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