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Old 08-03-2008, 07:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi

I just bought a blackberry curve on Telus network (Canada). The phone is amazing but the is some fonction that I would need to be activated.

First, I am using gmail for e-mail client (witch is amazing, the only problem is the notification copy email that I solve by adding a filter) and I would like to know if theres a more reliable email client then this one?

Second, I really like the idea of mobileme (apple) thats pushes contacts, task and calendar to the mobile device but it is only working on iphone and ipod touch. Is there a way to get all this sync and push to my Curve without an enteprise server? Google sync seams to be interesting but it is not quite what I need.

Finaly, I would like to share a calendar with my girlfriend pearl but I am not able to share only my work schedule it's everything or nothing.

The perfect solution would be a combinasion betwen mobileme from apple and Blackberry Unite! by RIM.

Please help me to find a solution

Thank you

P.S.: sorry if my english is not very good I uselly speaks french
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Old 08-03-2008, 07:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Bienvenue sur le forum!

As regards your questions:
1. Not sure I understand the issue. Gmail is very reliable and it provides you immediate reconciliation with your mailbox. Apart from yahoo, the other providers go through a 15 minutes cicle (trust me, not good).
2. If you install Desktop Manager (provided on a disk with your BB), you will see an option to sync your BB with oulook. You can choose which app you want to sync (contyacts, calendar, outlook....)
3. Not sure if you want to share only some appointments with your girlfriend? The easiest is probably to invite her as an attendee so that she knows when you have specific appointments.

En esperant que ca repond a tes questions.
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First, I am using gmail for e-mail client (witch is amazing, the only problem is the notification copy email that I solve by adding a filter) and I would like to know if theres a more reliable email client then this one?
Do you mean email "account" instead of "client"? On the BB your email "client" is the BB.
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