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Good morning all -

I work in a large hospital system, but only about 20 of us are on the BES because we are cheap. Minimial BES support from IS because we are few in numbers.

Anyway, I use a 9530 and last time I upgraded my OS, everything went OK, with the exception that ALL of my calendar entries (GroupWise and synched) were then duplicated when my Storm re-synched with the hospital's server.

Is there anyway to prevent this when I upgrade the OS again this week? Like I said,, minimal support from IS but if I tell them how to do something they will probably listen.

Thanks,
Marc
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