Outlook 2003 calendar synch

I have contacts and calendar entries in Outlook 2003.
I set up a separate identity to synch contacts to my Nokia 6260 cell phone.
You see, I do not want my normal contact list from my desktop on my phone.
So, i have successfully synched the proper contact list. The problem is that
I want the calendar from my normal desktop identity to synch to my cell
phone. How do i change which calendar is attached to the contact list that i
am using?


Thank you
wharfratAsked:
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David LeeCommented:
Greetings, wharfrat.

Calendar's aren't associated with contacts.  They're completely separate entities.  Syncing software typically works with the default folders.  If you've created a second identitiy and the calendar you want isn't the default calendar for that identity, then you probably can't do this.  Unless your syncing software allows you to choose a different folder for the calendar synch.  Outlook will not allow you to change the default folders.

Cheers!

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