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Old 09-22-2011, 07:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The Blackberry Desktop software has synched my contacts and has taken the street, city, zipcode and country and copied them as part of the street address. So I went from 54 Carsons Rd to 54 Carsons Rd, Atlanta, GA 39234, then next line for City - Atlanta, then State GA, then Zip 39234 and Country USA. Each entry is now double the length it was before. It happens randomly. I fixed all my 720 entries before, and about 6 months later it did it again! I am tired of having to retype over 700 entries!!!
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I forgot to give me tech details - I have a 9650 using OS 6 and Desktop 6.1 synching to Microsoft Outlook 2003 SP2
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