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Old 11-21-2007, 06:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I would like to know how to set a recurring appointment.

1, Fortnightly
2, Quarterly

any help would be welcome.

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Have you tried creating it in Outlook or Google Calendar and then synching with your berry?

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In your calendar entry setup, for an event that occurs every two weeks, set the 'recurrence' to weekly, set 'every' to 2, etc. And do similar for an event that occurs every three months. Have you tried that? If you are talking about something different, then I'm confused.
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In your calendar entry setup, for an event that occurs every two weeks, set the 'recurrence' to weekly, set 'every' to 2, etc. And do similar for an event that occurs every three months. Have you tried that? If you are talking about something different, then I'm confused.
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