Reset Sync Data

Suppose you discover one day that a great deal of your synchronized information has changed in one of its locations—and you didn't want it to. For example, perhaps you unwittingly deleted 100 important contacts from your Address Book, or you experienced a computer problem that led to corruption in your data. Your easiest option is simply to start over and replace all the data in one location with all the data in the other location. This is called resetting your sync data.

When you reset your sync data, you pick a location (either your computer or MobileMe) to serve as the master. The next time you sync, all the synchronized data from the other location is deleted and then overwritten with the data from the chosen source location. ...

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