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Old 11-30-2005, 12:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to move messages from a Blackberry (7230) into a completely new pst file? If so what is the correct procedure. I have tried to use the intellisync but it does not seem to move the message to the new pst file.

I do not have the pst file syncing with a server - I just want to know if it is possible to import my existing messages from my blackberry to a pst file for archival purposes.

I have done a backup and have not had any issues but would like to find a means to read the messages offline without the use of the blackberry if possible.
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do you have the pst folder already set up in your outlook??
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I've created a new pst file in outlook. I've set it such that on sync the messages on the handheld win and I've tried to sync it with the new pst file. Does the pst file have to have the same name as mail file for the blackberry?
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go into your desktop manager then intelisync and configured reconcillation. Once you do that, you will see an option at the bottom that will ask you about your personal folders. Just aslong as you have the write .pst there, it should sync up when you leash the BB to the desktop (both outlook moves and BB moves)
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Originally Posted by cookes713
go into your desktop manager then intelisync and configured reconcillation. Once you do that, you will see an option at the bottom that will ask you about your personal folders. Just aslong as you have the write .pst there, it should sync up when you leash the BB to the desktop (both outlook moves and BB moves)
That's correct. Conflict resolution shouldn't matter here. You need to set the personal folder in the redirector. It's treated differently than a folder in your Mailbox.

Also, I am reading your question to say that you created an empty personal folder and are now trying to get the BB messages into. If so, then remember, the first time you sync, the personal folder will still be empty, but it will show up on your BB. You can then select all of the messages you want to save (yes, in a batch, should work), and file them in the personal folder on the device. Then, sync again, and they should go over to the personal folder in your Outlook. That should work.
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What if I tried the above listed method and no folder was created on the BB device? Might I need to do something different or am I possibly doing something incorrectly?

I did the above mentioned directions...the BB looks for a folder but specifies each time I have tried to do this that no folder exists...
When I check the BB device there are no new folders created on the device either. Thanks for the help so far, it's much appreciated.
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