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Old 05-10-2008, 12:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hundreds of thousands. I have 12k and it takes just over 3mb. Typical device has 10-30mb free, meaning that you could hold 120k with little problem (without removing parts of the OS). If you remove apps that you dont need/excess parts of the OS, you could get it up to 200k easy.

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Wirelessly posted (Verizon 8830)

Yes but to look up that many names could be inconvenient.I have about 600 and am constantly adding and deleting.
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more importantly its inconvenient to *know* that many people
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wasn't there a limit of 8000 for wireless synch ?
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more importantly its inconvenient to *know* that many people
Not when your in sales.

To answer the other post i dont use wireless sync i use usb sync with micrsoft outlook.
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I had a customer call in one day who worked for Goldman Sachs he had over 30,000 contacts in his phone. I had to wait on the line for his phone to activate on the server and other stuff. Crazy experience I wish that on no tech support rep
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hundreds of thousands. I have 12k and it takes just over 3mb. Typical device has 10-30mb free, meaning that you could hold 120k with little problem (without removing parts of the OS). If you remove apps that you dont need/excess parts of the OS, you could get it up to 200k easy.

12000?? You have your citys phonebook backup on your phone????
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