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Old 05-23-2008, 07:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Like the title says...is it possible to sync multiple devices to Outlook on ONE computer? Assuming I want separate calendars/addressbooks/etc for each device, what would I need to do.

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Normally the BB will sync to the Outlook selected as the default. Meaning if you have more than one account for email using the Outlook on one computer you should be able to select the user. When the BB is connected to the PC it will identify by its PIN and sync. This is possible using BES. Not sure if this works on a BIS. You did not indicate the type of service so hopefully itxxx8217;s on a corporate server and using BES.
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Normally the BB will sync to the Outlook selected as the default. Meaning if you have more than one account for email using the Outlook on one computer you should be able to select the user. When the BB is connected to the PC it will identify by its PIN and sync. This is possible using BES. Not sure if this works on a BIS. You did not indicate the type of service so hopefully itís on a corporate server and using BES.

Yes it works like that for the BIS as well..
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Actually I don't have either BIS or BES. Where does that leave me?
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You don't need either on to sync via the USB cable on the computer.
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So how do I maintain separate calendars/address books/etc. for each of my devices if I don't have BIS or BES?
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As far as I know you would have to have seperate users names for the PC. Unless there is another way I don't know of.
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Does anybody know if you can have two separate profiles on Outlook but one general login/user for Windows (XP)?
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