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Old 01-07-2005, 12:37 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Tested. The BES 4.0 browsing looks identical to my BWC 4.0 browsing now. (graphics enhancement and slower) -- I usually used the BES 3.6 browsing over the BWC 4.0 browsing because pages loaded faster.

It does display some of the sites that I use, much better. Some sites behave dramatically differently using 4.0 browsing than 3.6 though.

One interesting observation is that for the first time, I am able to logon to my credit cooperative online banking. I was always able to do TD Canada Trust online banking on my BlackBerry (they have a WAP / MiniHTML site), but I was never able to logon to my CSCOOP bank account in the past. It required Javascript. Now it seems to work! Very slowly though.

BES 4.0 browsing (at default options) is significantly faster than BWC 4.0 browsing, but slower than BES 3.6 browsing.
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Old 01-07-2005, 01:01 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I temporarily disabled wireless synchronization on my BlackBerry and reenabled Outlook synchronization on my Outlook. Did a synchronize. Then I re-enabled wireless synchronization.

It looks like before you begin wireless synchronization, you must do a full BlackBerry Desktop synchronization.

Unsynchronized entries right before you enable wireless sync, won't get synchronized. You must initially be in perfect sync when you enable wireless sync .... for the sync to remain perfect.

The good thing is that you can turn off wireless sync from time to time, and manually sync -- and you can see if there are changes/conflicts (changes, additions, deletitions). At the moment, there are none.
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Got my Cingular 7280 activated with MailStreet's BES 4.0 this morning. I have two questions regarding advertisded features of 4.0:

*Sent Item synchronization
Messages sent from the userís email client can now be sent to their device as a Sent Item.

How do I enable this?

*Profiles improvements
A context-sensitive icon will be displayed on the Home Screen to let the user know which Profile is active.

I don't see any icon that indicates my selected profile. Am I missing something?
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My sent items automatically show up in Outlook, I didn't have to configure anything.

Which Profile are they referring to? There is already an icon for the general (sounds/vibrate) profile.

I'm on Mailstreet BES, but not on a 4.0 server yet.
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