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Old 12-12-2006, 05:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Newbie to this site and the Pearl, on my fourth BB though. Anyway, searched and still couldn't find the basic answer. Here it goes -> when you use the micro sd, is the storage only for pics, music, video and add-ons? Or, can you you move email folders onto it as well. The reason I ask is that I have a boat load of email from work that I occasionally need access to, but it is really taking up a lot of memory. Is there some way to move my folders to the SD? Sorry if this is basic. Thanks.
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Media only. Ringtones, Music, Pictures and Videos. That's all folks.
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not sure if i understand you correctly. but i store all sorts of documents on my pearl. for example i am a database developer and work from home often. so i store my SQL script files in a folder on my microSD. if you have the mass media storage option enabled, you can access your pearl like a removable drive when it's connected via usb. so i often work directly from the phone while debugging scripts. then when i get home its a snap. no worries about leaving files at work or having to email them to myself.
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I believe the question is about Mail folders, which I don't think can be moved.
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