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Old 03-25-2009, 09:39 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by steve_c10 View Post
Asking this because my boss wants to wipe his BlackBerry since his phone isn't storing so many phonecalls/messages anymore so wants to make sure his contacts are safe.
Sounds like full device memory, it will start to remove old stuff. Remove some crap from the memory and you should be fine (or wipe it ).

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I've done some more searching and there're some references to "Desktop Manager". Is this "BlackBerry Manager"?
DM is meant for use with a device, mainly by end users on their PCs. It let's them do funky stuff with their phone but a lot of orgs (like ours) don't use it. We activate over the air (OTA) so DM isn't required for our users and just creates more support calls . BM is the app you use on the BES to manage users etc.

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Not sure if there's a way to physically plug the BlackBerry to the BES server and sync the phone contacts to the BES, then MS Exchange?
You can connect the BB to the USB of the BES but for contact syncing like that DM is what you want, on his PC. But personally we rely on wireless. I would start by wiping his BB then performing an OTA EA (activation) and his BB will probably be a lot better for the wipe.
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