BlackBerry-Outlook Calendar sync issue - archiving??

Posted on 2009-04-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I'm syncing my BlackBerry Storm with my Outlook 2007 Calendar.  It archives automatically for me, seems like anything over 2 months old gets deleted.  I don't want that to happen, yet I can't seem to figure out where that setting is taking place.  Help!???
Question by:CanadianJeff
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    Expert Comment

    by:Gary Cutri
    Hi the setting is in "Tools > Options > Other Tab > Press the Auto Archive button".  Just change the number of days to archive or even disable this functionality.

    Author Comment

    Do I need to restart Outlook after that, because I did exactly that and nothing changed. That's when I came here and asked the question! LOL.

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    Accepted Solution

    Sorry, I just released you are referring to the device calendar be archived (technically purged).  If you open the calendar press the menu button and select Options > Select General Options > Change the Keep Appointment settings  (default 60 days).

    Author Comment

    PERFECT!  Thank you!!

    Author Closing Comment

    Exactly the ticket, thanks!

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