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I have another Multiple Calendar Question which i did not see the answer for. Hope someone can help.

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I previously had a curve which was synced with outlook (BIS). I updraded to the bold and upgraded my desktop manager (4.6) as well. I used the device switch wizard which was a breeze until i notice that my calendar was all messed up. All of my outlook calendar entries got placed in my gmail calendar and they were duplicated because i have two different gmail accounts so each entry went into both of my gmail calendars or my berry email calendar. I have no idea how that happend and look all over for some setting that i may have missed. Does anyone know what caused this and/or how to fix it?

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