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Old 12-26-2006, 02:48 PM   #5 (permalink)
dkf747
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Originally Posted by nathanbb
I brought this from deafpager.com with a 2 years contact I am using a macintosh computer to write this
let me out line the problems I had
I'm Deaf too. There are many here on this BBForums.

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keyboard too small
Not for me, but that is your preference.

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froze twice and erase my data base (back up? if so where?)
You back it up by using the Desktop Manager, which I don't think works on a Mac.

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some of the contact I have on my computer for aim and yahoo do not show up on my bb the bot on my computer such as aol yellow page, aol , and other bot that I need for my personal and business use.
Are you using T-Mobile's IM client? I would give Ramble or Yak-on a try. The T-Mobile is going to cost you alot of money.

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also sometime when I am typing the screen dim itself I don't think that is suppose to happen
Scroll the wheel to "options" click then "screeen/keyboard", then click on "automatic backlight" and change option to off.

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the one I like about this is emails forward to me but it does get confusing which one they belong to that will get used to.
Scroll to from address and type "q"

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so my question here is
where can I get program so I can have view with bots and how to back up my
also one mor ething when I put my bb away in the platic hostler a message pop up "assign speed dial to the A key? "
I thought it was suppose to go bed when I put it away

nk

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*See the links to Ramble and yak-on that I put above for IM bots.

*Backup by desktop manager. If it won't work on your Mac, use Gmail instead of tmo.blackberry.net and you will have backup of email at Gmail.

*Put blackberry in holster with screen facing in and you should not have that problem anymore.
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