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I have tried every way possible to make the BB copy down its information into the calendar without deleting existing information on my desktop calendar. Every time, it wants to delete entries from my existing calendar. This is not acceptable.

I need a way to force BB to download the data on the handheld into a new, blank calendar. How can I do that? Every time I try to unmap the existing calendar, I am given a warning that the software will delete the entries that came from the currently-mapped software.

Surely there is a way to force the BB to populate a new calendar without attempting to delete data. I would appreciate any help with this. Thank you,

~~bk
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