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Replicating Recurring Appointment

We have a user that created an annual recurring appointment with no end
date using his Android device. The appointment made it to March 2106
(yeah, really) then started replicating itself several times daily from
that date froward. Is there a way to remove those appointments without
deleting each one individually?

TIA
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Replicating Recurring Appointment

I had a user do something similar, although not so far out. Switch
the calendar to details view and they you see all the appointments in
a list. You can then select as many as you want and delete.

On Fri, 03 Feb 2012 16:04:16 GMT, Randall Diekmeyer
<rdiekmeyer.remove@remove.pedcoea.com> wrote:

>We have a user that created an annual recurring appointment with no end
>date using his Android device. The appointment made it to March 2106
>(yeah, really) then started replicating itself several times daily from
>that date froward. Is there a way to remove those appointments without
>deleting each one individually?
>
>TIA

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Replicating Recurring Appointment

Doh, it is so simple! Thanks for the input. I tried it myself first,
and found some appointments I need to delete, too.

In article <4o6oi7lh5oi0c3sipndvk2sd5dg1lq6p6l@4ax.com>,
mark@somewhere.com says...
>
> I had a user do something similar, although not so far out. Switch
> the calendar to details view and they you see all the appointments in
> a list. You can then select as many as you want and delete.
>

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