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Old 12-20-2006, 10:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I do not want to use the wireless calendar synch, so I turn it off using the options on the BB device, then when I try to synch, it says I can't synch my calendar because it is syching wirelessly.
I have done this multiple times. I turn it off, and it turns itself back on. Is there some way to turn it off so that it stays off?
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You need to turn this off on your desktop manager as well as on the device - on our system the PC is the master so if the calender is set up for wireless sync on the desktop it will over ride the device
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