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ical - deleting events for March prior

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Can anyone help. My iCal has deleted all my events from mid March and prior. I have checked and nothing is ticked to say delete after 30 days or similar.

HELP - it's driving me mad and I can't find an answer anywhere. I did read somewhere that iCal only keeps events for 90 days but someone else tells me this is not correct.

This is my first post - so be gentle!

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