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Old 12-06-2007, 10:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help - I keep getting this message:The x's are my phone #. How do I get it to stop. I get several every hour. Thanks!
Application/vndwap.emn+wbxml??j?pop://xxxxxxxxxx”l;auth=optimized:false@myemail.t-mobile.com?/
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Old 12-06-2007, 10:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are these coming in as SMS or email?
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I believe they must be SMS - As it says 701 at the top. But, I'm really not sure.
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Old 12-07-2007, 09:26 AM   #4 (permalink)
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That 701 is usually a message from T-Mobile, or has been in my experience. You may want to contact T-Mobile and let them know about it.
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I contact T Mobile and they were able to solve my problem. My account still had my old Palm Treo 650 listed and that's were the problem came from.
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SgtCasey is correct. I saw this with a users a few days ago who had data and her BlackBerry data plan was still being provisioned. She logged into T-Zones and setup email thinking that was the correct way. She backed those settings out, her data plan got provisioned and she was all set.
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I am syncing the BB Curve 8320 (T-Mo) up with Sage ACT! 6.0 via USB and it's taking forever, OK, 20 minutes from beginning to end. I have around 2600 contacts and 900 calendar and to-do items. I do not sync the contact "notes" with the handheld. Is this a normal rate of sync? Is there anything you may suggest to speed up the sync? Thanks for you input.
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Old 12-08-2007, 12:10 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I am syncing the BB Curve 8320 (T-Mo) up with Sage ACT! 6.0 via USB and it's taking forever, OK, 20 minutes from beginning to end. I have around 2600 contacts and 900 calendar and to-do items. I do not sync the contact "notes" with the handheld. Is this a normal rate of sync? Is there anything you may suggest to speed up the sync? Thanks for you input.
I would post this in a new thread as it has noting to do with the above issue. On a side note anything with ACT is slow. I know on the Palm a sync can take 15 minutes with 1000 contacts.
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