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Overwrite all calendar events

The palm I synchronise regularly for my boss is a mess because he restored all his files in stead of making an backup. I would like to delete all the calendar events in the palm and then synchronise again, so that the calendar events from the PC which is correct are put back in the palm. sorry for my bad language

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Re: overwrite all calendar events

Selct Desktop overwrite Handheld. You can change the way the synchronisation takes place for all applications, either from the palm desktop application or from the status icon in the taskmanager bar. There are different options: - Synchronize - Handheld overwrite desktop - Desktop overwrite handheld - Do Nothing If the PC is up-to-date and you want to use these data you should select the "Desktop overwrite Handheld". This will clear the handheld calender and replace with the data from the pc/desktop

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Hot Sync deleted the entire calendar on both the handheld and the desktop. Contacts are still intact.


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Check the hot sync manager to set the flow of info from desktop to device during the initial restoration of data to your Palm. Afterwards, once you have all your info restored, you'll want the device(s) and desktop calendar to update each other, so make sure your settings in the sync manager reflect that, otherwise you'll continue to have one schedule overwriting the other.

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