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Default Desktop Manager wants to delete Calendar entries while resyncing

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One of the Blackberries i support is having a strange issue. It's an 8700. It wants to delete most of the calendar entries when resyncing. It has 2800+ entries and when connected it says 2500+ entries have been deleted from the device and they will be deleted from the Outlook. I have to do a complete re-merge to keep all the entries. This just started happening recently and only happens every now and then. The BB tech support was no help. I have 3 other users with the exact same model but no such issues. Thank you in advance for your help.
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