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Old 06-13-2008, 10:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Was wondering if there was a windows calendar option available to sync blackberry curve calendar with besides outlook?

If so which calendar program and how to I set up - blackberrry currently does not recognize any calendar programs outside of yahoo on my computer.
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Thanks - how do I get these to be options when setting up my sync? I only get Yahoo as an option?
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Thanks - how do I get these to be options when setting up my sync? I only get Yahoo as an option?
You will only see options for compatible applications that you have installed and Yahoo. So, say you had Lotus Notes installed you would have the option to sync with Notes or Yahoo.

You will not see a list of all of the applications that DM is compatible with. Pick up a copy of Outlook (you might save a few bucks if you can find a copy of 2003) and use that. You can buy Notes for about the same money and use that, but the setup for POP or IMAP email is a PIA.
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