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Question Same old sync problem 8100/Outlook 2007

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I had this problem a while ago and it was solved by my Pearl falling in the toilet. Now I have a brand new one. This is the problem:

Every time i try to sync Outlook (using DM 4.2.2.14), DM wants to delete all my old appointments from Outlook. I want to keep all appointments, so I resync. Then it tells me it will rewrite to the device all the old appts, which is fine, but cumbersome.

Is there a setting that can make this process smoother: ie. that tells the BB that I always want to sync all old and new calender items? I have set DM to sync all items.

When I asked this question last time people told me there was a setting in Calender options on the BB for this. On both BBs I have had there isn't!

Please any help appreciated.
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