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Calendar non-conformity

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The question I referred to last week: The Calendar on my MacBook, iPad, iPhone, & iPod all sinc—EXCEPT that, from October 10 and before, most of the Calendar entries that are on the MacBook and the iPad are missing on the iPhone and iPod.

I know that today is a national holiday, so I won't check for an answer until tomorrow.

Hi there George,
I am Pete, and I'll be happy to assist with your question today.

You can set the iPhone and iPod to sync just the past few weeks, few months, or every calendar entry.

To set the sync range, go to Settings - Mail, Contacts and Calendars, and scroll down to the Calendars setting.
Here, you should see the Sync setting - set it to All Events to show all missing previous calendar entries.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

That seems to be taking care of the problem. Thanks.