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Old 03-20-2007, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I need to delete/erase the entire content of my calendar... Can this be done with one/two strokes? Is there a quick way for doing this? (I searched here but couldn't find anything.)
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Old 03-20-2007, 05:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can wipe your handheld to clear the calendar BUT you will lose all personal data, address book, mail, etc.
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I need to delete/erase the entire content of my calendar... Can this be done with one/tow strokes? Is there a quick way for doing this? (I searched here but couldn't find anything.)
Maybe on Outlook? I'm not sure. I doubt it on the pearl.
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How about restoring a backup without the calendar selected?
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Hi ibrg,
There is no quick and dirty way.
That said, here are the instructions on how it is done.
*skip this if you are not on a BES*
If you are Activated on a BES then go to your calender and hit the menu button and select "options" then turn wireless synchronization off.

*start here if not on a BES*
Use a USB cable to plug your phone into a computer with Desktop Manager installed. **(make a backup if you need)** Then go to "Backup and Restore" then click on "Advanced" then select "Calendar" in "Device Databases" and hit the "Clear" button.
You're Done!
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Restoring from backup w/o the calendar is the way I did it.
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Use a USB cable to plug your phone into a computer with Desktop Manager installed. **(make a backup if you need)** Then go to "Backup and Restore" then click on "Advanced" then select "Calendar" in "Device Databases" and hit the "Clear" button.
You're Done!
This is the best solution IMHO.
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Hi ibrg,
*start here if not on a BES*
Use a USB cable to plug your phone into a computer with Desktop Manager installed. **(make a backup if you need)** Then go to "Backup and Restore" then click on "Advanced" then select "Calendar" in "Device Databases" and hit the "Clear" button.
You're Done!
Thanks a ton. This is what I am going to do.
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