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Old 09-17-2009, 11:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I currently have the Desktop manager set up to Sync by Tour with Outlook 2003 calendar Two Ways AND Transfer items within a range of days = 9999, 9999

This puts over 7,000 appts. on my phone!

I don't mind my blackberry not having all my past appointments but I do not want it to delete my old appointments in Outlook.
In my BB I also set it up to keep my appts. forever.

What settings would be best for me?

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A one way sync where Outlook wins on conflict. Then just make sure everything in Outlook is exctly the way you want it.
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Another thought is to archive any appts more than let's say two weeks old. This way they are not in the sync?
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