09-27-10 08:15 PM
- glad you were able to figure it out. follow up question: do you or anybody on this forum know if there is any built-in calendar on the blackberry? cause i noticed when i try to change the default calendar, my only options are the calendars from my respective email accounts that are pushing to the blackberry (yahoo, gmail). i would like to use the generic built-in calendar, if any, rather than any of my email account calendars (yahoo, gmail). any thoughts on this? thanks!09-16-10 10:05 AM
"Delete the CICAl service books Sounds like a great idea "
Pardon me I am a real newbie. When I first synced my Palm Treo data over to my Bold 9650 OS 5.0 via device switch BBDM I had a red iconed default in either calendar or contacts . It said "default" .
My calendar was not syncing properly and I cleaned it all on the Bold and imported from Olook after deleting my Email accounts as instructed in a BB forum .
My #1 Email stayed as the calendar default even though I tried to delete it , as advised to get my first Email to be the default . I would not mind if NO EMAIL was my default if I could sync everything with OUT LOOK 2002. I could not delete it anywhere.
What I wanted was a vanilla calendar and address book with no relation to any of my 3 yhoo emails. What I wound up with is #1 yhoo mail as default for calendar and CMIME ( that I can change) , and #3 yhoo email as default for contacts that I can not change . Rated in order of importance
I wound up with #3 Yhaoo email by accident when I was recreating it as an account, and I tried to uncheck the box that asked me if I wanted to make it the default .
When you say delete the CICAl service books what exactly is that and can that help me. I have had this BB for 25 days and have wiped it 2x synced it 3 and no one at Sprint knows anything but BES which I do not have
I will return this phone in the 4 days I have left as a trial , if I cant understand it by then. I like the phone if I can get it to act as a proper PDA also
TIA09-27-10 08:15 PM
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