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I think I see what you mean now. I hope you will not mind me making this reply
public (so that it can help others too). Let me know if you do mind.
If you had data that is months old, it is highly unlikely that Palm will keep
it 'alive'. Datebook is not designed to be a diary, but a planner rather.
There is an option you can access from Databook->Preferences (on the PDA, not
Palm Desktop) which specifies how old an event has to be in order for it to
be automatically removed and moved to the ARCHIVE! You can find all the
missing data in your .dat or .dba (Date(B)ook Archive) files. I think it's
the latter type and it can be found under
/<installation_dir/Palm/<your_username>/Datebook. It all comes with a few
exceptions, but perhaps you will be lucky.
If it doesn't help, let me know and I'll gladly give more detailed
> Thanks for replying... I mean that Todays date is, for example, Jan
> 11, 2005 and the only data in my date book before August 2004 are
> repeat entries like birthdays. All the individial events are gone!
> I'm not sure if next month, I will be missing August data as well!!
> Part of the probelm may arise from my synchronising my palm from two
> computers but I don't remember any specific error messages after
> syncing... I have an old backup from October 2004 but I assume I would
> lose all the subsequent data since then.... Before I explore that, I
> just wondered if it is actaully archived somewhere but I don't find any
> .vcs extension files. Thanks for your time.
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> > email@example.com wrote:
> > > I am using a Zire 71 and Date Book v 4.5.1P. Recently, apart from
> > > those dates that repeat on a yearly basis, my date book is empty
> > > before the last two months...
> > Do you mean October backwards? Do you mean the next 2 months?
> > > Is this data actually lost
> > Have you changed the visibility of records manually? Have you got
> > Data will not just disappear... did you get a prompt with an error
> > synchronisation at any point in the past?
> > > or have I
> > > inadvertently changed the view format to only show the last two
> > > months??
> > I don't think such an option exists.
> > > Thanks for any help in this area...
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