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Old 08-10-2005, 10:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all,

Just got a new 7520 unit and was wondering if I can send a csv format file to my crackberry via wireless and have it import all the address? I don't want to manually imput every single address.

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You can't sync your address book wirelessly without Blackberry Enterprise Server 4.

You should probably just use Blackberry Desktop Manager on your PC, along with your USB cable, and sync your address book that way. BDM can import a CSV file into your address book on the Blackberry... or you can import your addresses into Outlook or something like that and sync it to your Blackberry.
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Ahhh thank you for the info.. Didn't want to install the software, but oh well such is life.
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Quote:
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Didn't want to install the software
Why not?
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Nothing wrong with the software. Thank g-d it's nothing like that Motorola Syncing software I like the berry software....my wirelessactivate on BES 4 wouldn't work for some reason. Just plugged it into desktop manager and all was good within a few minutes
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Nothing wrong with the software. Thank g-d it's nothing like that Motorola Syncing software I like the berry software....my wirelessactivate on BES 4 wouldn't work for some reason. Just plugged it into desktop manager and all was good within a few minutes

Agreed, I've never had problems with the BB software. I wouldn't fear installing it. In fact, I have found it quite useful in my experience.
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if you dont install the software you cant load apps you cant back up your unit its a part of the BB if not on BES.
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