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Sidekick 99- Recurring events -insufficient memory

Sidekick 99- Recurring events -insufficient memory

Sidekick 99- Recurring events -insufficient memory

When I try to add a recurring event, I am getting a message "Insufficient memory to complete this action!"Then a window comes up allowing me enter the event.  When I go back to to the recurring event menu I cannot see prior recurring event nor the one that I just entered.  And then another window comes up telling me that Sidekick 99 has encountered a problem and needs to close.

To get sidekick back, I have to re-boot the computer.

This has occurred today, there have been no prior instances!
Help greatly appreciated.

RE: Sidekick 99- Recurring events -insufficient memory

The insufficient memory thing only comes up when my Backup program is running on that particular Cardfile or File.
If it doesn't happen again then do not worry.
Chek out the FAQ's area particularly the
FAQ1 and FAQ2 pages.
Follow the re-direct to them.
Then find the one that refers to Corrupt Calendars and the solution.
Let me know how you get on.
It is always better to backup the Calendar in sidekick when Sidekick is NOT running.

Regards Jim
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