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syrcle

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Hey,

I'm noticing that two calendars show up on my folder list. One jus says calendar, and the other is a calendar that I think was in an ics file, I imported into Entourage. , as it denoted the file extention .ical. The thing is that I imported a completely different calendar then the one showing up in my folder list, and the strangest issue I have is that when I delete the calendar, no matter what I do, it re-appears. I've tried deleting it, in both webmail and Entourage, but with no success. I've also tried deleting and re-creating my whole email account, but it still re-appears. What's going on? Is there a way I can delete this calendar from my account permanantly, as this is an unused calendar. I'm not even sure how it got imported from my iCal to Entourage. You help would be greatly appreciated.
I am on Mac OS 10.4.5 Thanx!!
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