Help with re-occuring event..

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I hope someone can help because I can't seem to fix this.

My problem is I have a Toshiba e335. I have made sometime ago an
event that occurs every Mon-Fri, 5pm. Well, now I don't want that to
happen anymore but I can't figure out how to edit the event do disable
it. Is there a way to do this? I thought if I went to the first
instince where I set it up I could delete it but I have no idea where
that would be.

Can someone help??

Thanks,

Kurt
 
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Reply to message from flat top <kmm@voyer.net> (Sun, 30 Jan 2005 10:34:16)
about ""Help with re-occuring event.."":

> I hope someone can help because I can't seem to fix this.

> My problem is I have a Toshiba e335. I have made sometime ago an event
> that occurs every Mon-Fri, 5pm. Well, now I don't want that to happen
> anymore but I can't figure out how to edit the event do disable it. Is
> there a way to do this? I thought if I went to the first instince where
> I set it up I could delete it but I have no idea where that would be.

> Can someone help??

> Thanks,

> Kurt

It would be best if you could disable it the way you set it, since you do
not say what it does.

With that warning stated, get a copy of checknotification from scarybear
software and delete the timer notification - it should then stop. Just be
cautios - some of the events are needed... ;)
 
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Reply to message from xTenn <xtennremovethispart@tds.net> (Sun, 30 Jan 2005
17:10:40) about "Re: Help with re-occuring event..": Simply open one of the
occurences.With re occurring it should give you option to open 1 or the
whole series. Open whole series and delete ,should work


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Brett Smith <brettdsmith.mobile@tiscali.co.uk> Sun, 30 Jan 2005 21:13:12 +
0100

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Subject: Re: Help with re-occuring event..


Reply to message from flat top <kmm@voyer.net> (Sun, 30 Jan 2005 10:34:16)
about ""Help with re-occuring event.."":

> I hope someone can help because I can't seem to fix this.

> My problem is I have a Toshiba e335. I have made sometime ago an event
> that occurs every Mon-Fri, 5pm. Well, now I don't want that to happen
> anymore but I can't figure out how to edit the event do disable it. Is
> there a way to do this? I thought if I went to the first instince where
> I set it up I could delete it but I have no idea where that would be.

> Can someone help??

> Thanks,

> Kurt

It would be best if you could disable it the way you set it, since you do
not say what it does.

With that warning stated, get a copy of checknotification from scarybear
software and delete the timer notification - it should then stop. Just be
cautios - some of the events are needed... ;)
 
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Thanks for the suggestions but I'm unable to find the occurance. It
just keeps happening. When I get the occurance, there isn't an option
to edit it and then change it. Just an "ok" button. It's strange
almost like it's a phantom occurance right now.


On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 21:17:14 GMT, Brett Smith
<brettdsmith.mobile@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

>Reply to message from xTenn <xtennremovethispart@tds.net> (Sun, 30 Jan 2005
>17:10:40) about "Re: Help with re-occuring event..": Simply open one of the
>occurences.With re occurring it should give you option to open 1 or the
>whole series. Open whole series and delete ,should work
>
>
>Bye
>Brett Smith <brettdsmith.mobile@tiscali.co.uk> Sun, 30 Jan 2005 21:13:12 +
>0100
>
>=== Posted with Qusnetsoft NewsReader 2.2.0.8
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: xTenn <xtennremovethispart@tds.net> Sent: Sun, 30 Jan 2005 17:10:40
>Subject: Re: Help with re-occuring event..
>
>
>Reply to message from flat top <kmm@voyer.net> (Sun, 30 Jan 2005 10:34:16)
>about ""Help with re-occuring event.."":
>
> > I hope someone can help because I can't seem to fix this.
>
> > My problem is I have a Toshiba e335. I have made sometime ago an event
> > that occurs every Mon-Fri, 5pm. Well, now I don't want that to happen
> > anymore but I can't figure out how to edit the event do disable it. Is
> > there a way to do this? I thought if I went to the first instince where
> > I set it up I could delete it but I have no idea where that would be.
>
> > Can someone help??
>
> > Thanks,
>
> > Kurt
>
>It would be best if you could disable it the way you set it, since you do
>not say what it does.
>
>With that warning stated, get a copy of checknotification from scarybear
>software and delete the timer notification - it should then stop. Just be
>cautios - some of the events are needed... ;)
 
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On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 06:44:01 -0600, flat top <kmm@voyer.net> wrote:

> Thanks for the suggestions but I'm unable to find the occurance. It
> just keeps happening. When I get the occurance, there isn't an option
> to edit it and then change it. Just an "ok" button. It's strange
> almost like it's a phantom occurance right now.
>
What happens if you tap and hold the event and choose delete? It should
pop up a box that says to you want to delete just this event or all of
them in the series? In your case, you would choose "series".

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On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 19:39:44 -0500, "Brad Isaac"
<admin@stopspam.pocketpcaddict.com> wrote:

>On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 06:44:01 -0600, flat top <kmm@voyer.net> wrote:
>
>> Thanks for the suggestions but I'm unable to find the occurance. It
>> just keeps happening. When I get the occurance, there isn't an option
>> to edit it and then change it. Just an "ok" button. It's strange
>> almost like it's a phantom occurance right now.
>>
>What happens if you tap and hold the event and choose delete? It should
>pop up a box that says to you want to delete just this event or all of
>them in the series? In your case, you would choose "series".

No such luck. When the event pops up I tap and hold it but nothing
happens. Still my only option is to delete the pop up. I've looked
all over for a way to delete this crazy series with no luck.

Any other ideas?
 
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There are several changes you can make in the desktop version of Outlook
that can't be done in Pocket Outlook, but which Pocket Outlook will honor
after syncing. This might be one of them.

In desktop Outlook, double click on the event. It should pop up a dialog box
asking whether you want to open "this occurrence" or "the series". Select
"the series". Then click on the recurrence icon on the tool bar and set the
end date.

"flat top" <kmm@voyer.net> wrote in message
news:jdvpv0tu6ao827kpabof429sottefhvh8m@4ax.com...
>I hope someone can help because I can't seem to fix this.
>
> My problem is I have a Toshiba e335. I have made sometime ago an
> event that occurs every Mon-Fri, 5pm. Well, now I don't want that to
> happen anymore but I can't figure out how to edit the event do disable
> it. Is there a way to do this? I thought if I went to the first
> instince where I set it up I could delete it but I have no idea where
> that would be.
>
> Can someone help??
>
> Thanks,
>
> Kurt
>
 
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On Sat, 5 Feb 2005 09:18:40 -0500, "CharlieB" <cwb3106-nospam@cox.net>
wrote:

>There are several changes you can make in the desktop version of Outlook
>that can't be done in Pocket Outlook, but which Pocket Outlook will honor
>after syncing. This might be one of them.
>
>In desktop Outlook, double click on the event. It should pop up a dialog box
>asking whether you want to open "this occurrence" or "the series". Select
>"the series". Then click on the recurrence icon on the tool bar and set the
>end date.
>
>"flat top" <kmm@voyer.net> wrote in message
>news:jdvpv0tu6ao827kpabof429sottefhvh8m@4ax.com...
>>I hope someone can help because I can't seem to fix this.
>>
>> My problem is I have a Toshiba e335. I have made sometime ago an
>> event that occurs every Mon-Fri, 5pm. Well, now I don't want that to
>> happen anymore but I can't figure out how to edit the event do disable
>> it. Is there a way to do this? I thought if I went to the first
>> instince where I set it up I could delete it but I have no idea where
>> that would be.
>>
>> Can someone help??
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Kurt
>>
>

That's the strangest thing out of all of this. Desktop Outlook never
ever has had this reoccuring event, only the PockPc.

Is my only solution is to do a hard reboot of the thing? Yikes!
 

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