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O.k., here is the question. If my firm is using a BB Exchange Server and I am out of the office getting email on my BB. I get an email with an attachment which I can read on the BB, but I decide that I want to read the attachment on my laptop. So I whip out my laptop which is NOT connected to the Internet. I plug in the USB cable to connect my BB to my laptop.
Here is the question.
Is there any way of "exploring" the BB in such a way that I can "transfer" the email and the attachment which I received and read on my BB, over to my laptop so that I can read it in full size on the laptop?
If my laptop is not connected to the Internet, I will not have "received" that email on my laptop, I will only have received it on my BB. Is there a way of dragging or transferring the email and the corresponding attachment over to the laptop?
Thanx. hope this is clear.
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No, there is currently no way of transferring those files or information from the device to a PC in the manner you mention.
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