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Old 08-22-2005, 05:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Being A Real Estate Appraiser - Which One Would Work The Best For The Internet And Getting E-mails. Which Is Better The Blackberry Or The Sidekick Ii - To Me The Sidekick Looks Better. But I Need Speed!!!
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Old 08-22-2005, 05:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Check the "Why BlackBerry?" section of the BlackBerry FAQ.

"Why BlackBerry"
http://www.blackberryforums.com/show...=3494#post3494

"BlackBerry vs SideKick"
Will I be happy swaping from the Sidekick to a Nextel BB?
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Old 08-22-2005, 05:41 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Ok Then If The Blackberry Is Better Than What Model Should I Get. Which One Will Be The Fastest. I Have A Nextel And I Know Nextel Sells Them But What About Cingular, T-moblie, And Verizon. So Many Different Models. Need Help?
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See the section "BlackBerry Myths Busted: The Modern 2005-era BlackBerry" at the BerryFAQ link below:
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What Is Rim And Bes, Pim, & Mds. I Guess I Will Go With Cingular
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having had both, Blackberry is MUCH better!
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i'm new to the blackberry world and maybe im missing something, but if the blackberry is supposedly so good with email why cant you setup different inbox folders on your handheld? Even the sidekick can do that. Is this something that will be fixed with the new BWC with tmobile? It seems very strange that every message, email, text in or out stays in the same folder.
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^^ I see where you are coming from on that being I used to use an SK2. However having the folders is kind of annoying, just means I have to click one more thing to get my email. Since a lot of BB users get tremendous amounts of Email a day a week or whatever I see it as useless. However you can go to your BWC and set up folders to place the emails in after they have been read.

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