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Old 06-17-2009, 11:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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There must be a way to do this. Maybe I'm just blind ! Isn't there some way I can enter my contacts and calendar events on my computer and then just upload them to my Blackberry? Do I really have to type everything in using those tiny-wennie keys on the Blackberry? I would have thought the Desktop Manager program that comes with the phone would have had an app to type all the contacts and calendar events in and it would then upload to the phone.

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you can sync your blackberry with mutliple programs such as outlook, gmail, and yahoo.
where you can type all your calendar events and contacts on the computer and sync them to blackberry.
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There must be a way to do this. Maybe I'm just blind ! Isn't there some way I can enter my contacts and calendar events on my computer and then just upload them to my Blackberry? Do I really have to type everything in using those tiny-wennie keys on the Blackberry? I would have thought the Desktop Manager program that comes with the phone would have had an app to type all the contacts and calendar events in and it would then upload to the phone.

Mahalo & Aloha from Kauai.
Outlook works really, really well for this.
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There must be a way to do this. Maybe I'm just blind ! Isn't there some way I can enter my contacts and calendar events on my computer and then just upload them to my Blackberry? Do I really have to type everything in using those tiny-wennie keys on the Blackberry? I would have thought the Desktop Manager program that comes with the phone would have had an app to type all the contacts and calendar events in and it would then upload to the phone.

Mahalo & Aloha from Kauai.
Blackberry's Desktop Manager doesn't include a stand alone contact/calendar software. On a PC it utilizes Microsoft's Outlook for calendar/tasks/memo/contact synchronization with your Blackberry. If you don't have a copy of Microsoft Outlook there are other options such as Google.
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Thanks to all who provided answers. I am entering and uploading via Yahoo.

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