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Old 02-19-2008, 09:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

Is it possible to have 2 calendars in outlook-one for business, and one for personal, and have both sync to one blackberry? I have searched the forums, and it does not seem to be possible. There are solutions for 1 blackberry and multiple computers, or 1 blackberry and multiple user calendars. I saw a reference to Blackberry Unite, but on the RIM website I could not find a way to download it.

I was able to install and use SyncMyCal (btw it works great!), but would like the ability to maintain 2 calendars, and see both on my blackberry.

Thanks in advance,
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Sure. I do it.

My scenario: BIS Blackberry 8820. One computer running Outlook with multiple calendars and Desktop Manager 4.3. One calendar is on the Exchange server (the work one), one calendar is in a PST file.

Setup: In desktop manager, on the configuration tab is a "Configure Synch" button. If you click the advanced button, you can set up advanced mappings. On the calendar tab, click the "map folder" button. You'll then be given the ability to select which folder to map, as well as which to set as default. The default mapping is the one in which items created on the bb will be inserted into.

IF you have any questions, please feel free to let me know.
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