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Blackberry Outlook Synchronization

Discussion in 'DOS/Other' started by Gilroy, Apr 12, 2008.

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  1. Gilroy

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    Hi. I am using Window XP with Outlook 2003 and a Blackberry Pearl 8130. I am synchronizing with Blackberry Desktop Manager Version 4.3.0.15. When I synchronize, the program wants to delete calendar items on my desktop that are more than 90 days old because that is what it does in the Blackberry to save space. I dont mind that old items are deleted from the Blackberry but I do want to retain them on my desktop. I have not been able to find a setting that will allow this. If I don't "accept" the deletion on the desktop then none of the calendar items are synchronized. Do you know a way that I can synchronize without deleting old calendar items from my desktop? Thanks!
     
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    my blackberry pearl is set to keep everthing and does not try to delete things - as i have set in the blackberry for desktop to be master
    under email
    options
    email reconcillation - mailbox wins
    keep messages ( foreever)
     
  3. Gilroy

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    Thanks for the reply. I dont have the problem with emails only with calendar items. Does it keep all of your calendar items also? I have to keep the Desktop Manager set on two way synch because I add appointments directly into the Blackberry and if I am at the computer, directly into Outlook. Thanks.
     
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    Don't know the answer, but I'm also a member at www.blackberryforums.com and I've found answers to just about any question over there.
     
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