Many operations in Connect Daily can be undone. That is Connect Daily supports an undo operation. Areas that support undo include:
If you've performed an action that supports Undo, and you want to undo it, go to that screen. At the bottom of the screen will be a block with undo information. The date/time, the number of added records, and the number of modified records will be displayed. Click on the Undo button to reverse the changes you made earlier. If you've performed that action more than one time, you can undo each action sequentially in reverse order.
Say for example, you've run iCal import 3 times. The first time brought in 10 records, the second time brought in 20 new records, and the third time brought in thirty new records.
When you go to the iCal import screen, the Undo block will show 30 added records, and the date/time of the last import. If you execute the Undo command, then the undo block will show 20 Added records and the date/time of the second to the last import. If you again execute undo, the undo block will show 10 added records and the date/time of the first import. If you again execute undo, the undo block will not be displayed because there is no further undo information to act upon.
If you have permissions to edit the system configuration for your installation, then the undo block will show all undo options, regardless of the user who created it. If you don't have system configuration permission, then you can only undo actions that you performed.
If you import an event, modify the event, and then undo the import, the event and it's modifications will be deleted.
If you import an event, and the event is modified locally, and modified at the import source and then re-imported, the last modifications will be kept.
When events are restored the limitations are:
An event restore will only happen if the import caused an event to be deleted. The only case this can happen is if an iCal source file has a status for an event of Cancelled.