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Old 04-04-2009, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello. Last week I was in Florida, so I changed the time zone to GMT -5. I went back to my homescreen only to discover my calendar entry list empty. I went into the calendar and all of my calendar entries were set to "Device Default" as opposed to "vassi1995@yahoo.com", the email address I use as a default calendar under Default Services. Only calendar entries set to that email will show on a today screen. Fair enough. All of my calendar entries were set to that email. Now that they are Device Default (what is that anyway? i thought that it was only for devices that don't have email addresses hooked up to them - put it this way, if you have BIS and at least one email account attached, try to set a calendar entry to device default, YOU CAN'T ), they don't show up. Well, you can't change the "Send Using" field when you are viewing a calendar entry that has already been created. :-X Can someone please help me? It would be terrible to have to redo each and every calendar appointment in my Calendar. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
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Old 04-05-2009, 12:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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plug into PC and open desktop manager
back and restore- advanced
backup your calendar only
then clear calendar-all
turn off radio
delete all email servicebooks
pull battery for 5 seconds
boot back up and make sure default calendar service is still set to your email
restore the calendar
turn on radio
register host
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Thank you so much. I am assuming that I only delete the (CMIME) service books because the (CICAL) service books are needed to set the Default Calendar (CICAL) under Options>Advanced Options>Default Services. Is that correct? Thanks again.
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no you will want to delete both cmime and cical so your not registering the other emails at all. u should keep the cical of the 1 email you want to attach to. good call. I was a little tired when I wrote that
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Thanks, but it didn't work. The calendar was restored as Device Default. Can anyone help?
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