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Can you have more than one calendar on a blackberry

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I would like to view more than one calendar at a time on my blackberry. But it seems when you activate the Exchange calendar via enterprise, the blackberry is unable to contain more than that one calendar. Has anyone figured out how to have more than one calendar with exchange activated?
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I do not think that you can directly.

You can use web based calendars or perhaps 3rd party add ins if needed.


I hope this helps !
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by:ALogvin
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You can only have 1 Server based calendar per BlackBerry.

I have my work Calendar, but I also have my POP3 personal calendar that syncs via BIS. If you have a newer OS on your device (4.5+ i think) it will even display different colors... my personal is always green.
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