Actually, I think the person saying BB cannot import CSV files is incorrect. DTM will import ASCII files. The following copied from the help screen on my DTM:
You can use an ASCII data file to transfer data between an organizer application on your BlackBerry® device and an organizer application on your computer. When you export data from an organizer application on your device, the field names that appear in the organizer application on your device appear as column labels in the ASCII data file. When you export data from an organizer application on your computer, these field names do not appear in the ASCII data file. Before you import the data to the organizer application on your device, you must label the columns in the ASCII data file using the field names that appear in the organizer application on your device. |
"Last Name","First Name","Company Name", "",
"Wahl","Tanya","Research In Motion Limited", "",
CSV is simply a comma separated value text file. What is described under the ascii file info above sure looks like a CSV file.
There are several programs that will sync with DTM. I believe (from reading these forums and personal experience) that Outlook is the most popular but it is not the only one. I found a document on blackberry.com that lists the various programs that work. It is a table that shows which version of the programs work with which versions of DTM. Hope the URL works. (Be sure to scroll down in the pane to find the table -- I almost thought I got a blank page.) View Document