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Old 04-01-2009, 08:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Tried adding holidays... now my Outlook Calendar has twice as many items...

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I added US holidays to my Outlook calendar hoping that they would add to the Curve's too (I was following instructions stating how to add holidays to the Curve).

I have synch set to both directions but they did not add. Now it takes twice as long for the Windows BB software to scan my Outlook calendar and I don't have holidays on the BB either...

Anyone know how I can fix both of those problems?

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How are you syncing? USB, BES, ?
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I'm running Outlook 2003. The default holiday file only includes holidays up to 2007.

I downloaded and installed the additional holidays.

Finally, a problem which is not on the BlackBerry's side.

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