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Old 08-08-2005, 09:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New the the berry, thanks to my company for giving me a 7100t and a 15" powerbook.

I have been reading your posts last week or so and i am impressed . So i was curious if anyone post's and replies to these threads with their blackberry...


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If anyone here has any feedback in pocketmac for blackberry?
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Old 08-08-2005, 09:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If I am out running around, I will log on and look and sometimes post replies on my BB. Usually I will only do that when I am waiting for my son at the dentist etc.

Sorry, I do not use a MAC so I can;t answer that question.
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Navigating seems difficult on the BB then it marks all the messages read when I give up from frustration so I try not to. Notice I said TRY.
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I read the forums a lot from my handheld device. Posting is a little difficult. However, it is not impossible. I am posting from my 7290 now. You will need to use the WAP url which takes you to a wap version of the forum pages. Wap.blackberryforums.com
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I read the forums a lot from my handheld device. Posting is a little difficult. However, it is not impossible. I am posting from my 7290 now. You will need to use the WAP url which takes you to a wap version of the forum pages. Wap.blackberryforums.com
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry7290/4.0.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1)

I read the forums a lot from my handheld device. Posting is a little difficult. However, it is not impossible. I am posting from my 7290 now. You will need to use the WAP url which takes you to a wap version of the forum pages. Wap.blackberryforums.com
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Not to mention that happens trying to back out...
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cool thanks for the WAP page. Still gives me **** about logging in.. says user and pass are wrong . still cool though. I am learning alot. Any other slick things you wanna sharE?
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New the the berry, thanks to my company for giving me a 7100t and a 15" powerbook.

I have been reading your posts last week or so and i am impressed . So i was curious if anyone post's and replies to these threads with their blackberry...


AND>............


If anyone here has any feedback in pocketmac for blackberry?
I really like Pocketmac. I love how it integrates with iSync, and just plain works.

You can choose which programs each of contacts, notes, appointments, and tasks go to individually: I use Address Book for contacts, Stickies for Notes, and DayLite for appointments and tasks.

It supports the Apple builtin programs plus Entourage, DayLite, and Now-Up-to-Date.

The only thing it's lacking is application installation.

Is it worth the 30 bucks? To me, definitely.

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