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Old 07-05-2007, 07:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I utilize three accts in my BIS system and a fourth acct from vzw is on the device but not used. If I setup an appointment and initiate an invite before saving it, I could send from any acct.

If I am open the appointment and then perform an invite (update), I was stuck to the default I did not want.

After reading the RIM help pages, I deleted the ical service books from every acct except the default. This seemed to work well.

However, I am not sure I can accept invites from others if they e-mail any of the non-default accts which no longer have ical service books.

Through trial and error, it seems to find my default no matter what.
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