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Old 04-17-2007, 05:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to either delete old calendar entries ( other than manually one by one ), or at least tell the bb to auto delete them after 6 months or something ?

I'm assuming if I don't delete them, they will eventually use up too much memory.

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If you are using desktop manager you can set the length of time in your synchronization settings. If you want to do a delete prior to on the handheld then you can go into the a genda view, highlight the day that you want to erase from, press the menu button and select delete prior.
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If you are using desktop manager you can set the length of time in your synchronization settings. If you want to do a delete prior to on the handheld then you can go into the a genda view, highlight the day that you want to erase from, press the menu button and select delete prior.
Thank you !!

btw, is there any way to figure out how much space your calendar is taking up ?
How often do most people keep calendar entries around ? 6 months ?

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Not sure, I keep 6 months back and perpetual forward. My whole backup file which includes all data in all apps is about 685k, so it doesnt look like thay take up much memory at all
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