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Retreaving information I recently cleared my calendar and everything was erased is there any way to get my information back

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Re: retreaving information

If they were stored on a removable card, then a file-scavenger might be able to restore them.

Otherwise im afraid they're gone for good

Posted on Oct 11, 2007

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Lower right corner of pc is symbol to activate synchro. Right click on it and go to custom. Check to see calendar is checked to go from palm to pc ONLY. then try restoral. If this is helpful, please post as such.

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I'm sorry to say that it is likely completely gone.

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One other thought: If you are using the BB at work and it's hooked up to a Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) then at least your email, calendar and address data _might_ be stored on the server. Ask your IT department.

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