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Old 04-06-2006, 07:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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if I select the all day event in appointment, my BB 7100v write into the calendar an appointment for all day (of course). But, how can I do to change it ? In other words I'd like to change, directly on the BB , this appointment from all day event to for two hours ??? It seems I've got only the possibility to delete and to create a new one (and I don't like this way)

Could you please help me ???

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I just tried to delete an all-day event on my BB7100, and it appeared to be easily done. Open the appointment, scroll to the "All Day Event" line (the box should have a checkmark in it), click the trackwheel and highlight "change option" in the menu. Click on "change option" (which should delete the checkmark). Enter the specific start and end times you desire. Then, click trackwheel again and click on "save."

Should do it! Does so on my BB7100!

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I just tried to delete an all-day event on my BB7100, and it appeared to be easily done. Open the appointment, scroll to the "All Day Event" line (the box should have a checkmark in it), click the trackwheel and highlight "change option" in the menu. Click on "change option" (which should delete the checkmark). Enter the specific start and end times you desire. Then, click trackwheel again and click on "save."

Should do it! Does so on my BB7100!

PREGO, e buona fortuna!
Thank you for your help, but when I click the trackwheel (on the appointment all day event created before) I haven't the "change option". The flag "all day event" is locked. I can only to delete this appointment.

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now my company has installed the Lotus Notes version 6.5, and there is still the problem
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Perhaps, is it depend of the BES server with the 3.8 version ???
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There are are some other problems with all day events too. I had entered a series of Birthdays in Outlook as all day events and performed a sync. After the initial sync which worked fine, I decided to change the reminder time and performed a resync. To my suprise, the new reminder times would not update on my 7100t. Then I tried to change some other information and resync and that information didn't change either. I appears that there is a problem with events not always being marked as "changed" and in need of an update during a sync. BTW, I was using BlackBerry Desktop 4.1 and Outlook 2003 when this happened so it isn't some really old bug.

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