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Old 05-29-2007, 03:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yesterday I picked up a new 8830 from Verizon. I used PocketMac to sync my contacts and calendars and everything went fine. Today I decided to try out Missing Sync because I heard it was faster. Well ever since I synced my calendars with Missing Sync, I have duplicates of every event. I went back to Pocketmac to try to overwrite the duplicates but they're still there. Is there any way I can just delete me calendars and do a fresh sync with Pocketmac?

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Same thing here. I purchased missing sync primarily for this reason and I think it will work better than PM regardless.

Deejay, I have not gone back and reinstalled PM as you did. But since you already have, does the purge function work for you? It worked for contacts, but not calendar on my end.
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Well I just realized that my contacts aren't syncing either! Greatttt. Well since I already bought a copy of Missing Sync I guess it's time to re-install it and see how it goes. I'll let you know. Thanks for the reply.

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