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Old 05-08-2007, 05:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just started using The Pearl for a week now. Have BES through work, connected to my outlook.
I happened to have TONS of names in my Contacts - most without phone #s, mostly for email addresses.

Whenever I'm making a phone call, I have to sift through these useless stuff. Is there a way to make two address books? One solely for phone calls and the other for other info?

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Did I stump you guys??
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Well, a blackberry is also designed doe email. Your best solution is to try the name of the contact you want to find rather than scrolling the whole list. I only have 100 or so and I always just type part of their name to find them.
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