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Old 02-28-2006, 12:16 PM   #9 (permalink)
kmehling
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I see what you guys are saying and I think I may try to give it a shot, but this user is not savy enough to be able to do that so I'd have to do it for him. Not a big deal, but he's rarely in the office and to plan on him stopping in before a trip overseas is slim to none, so he'd literally have to do it a day or so before he left. Again, not a BlackBerry problem, a human problem.

We could use the wireless synchronization but that takes quite a while to go back and forth. The PITA of constantly switching back and forth between the active and inactive one probably makes our ugly solution more appealing in the sense that we don't have to do anything to make it work.



Drork - can't - Verizon doesn't have sim cards, otherwise, that would be the way to go for sure. :(
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