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Old 03-09-2006, 04:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there

I am using a BB 8700 and synchronising my contacts and calendar with Outlook on a standalone machine. No BES server or Exchange server...

When I start up Desktop Manager, and connect the Blackberry, it asks me for a store password. However, I dont have any password on my BB. I cant see where to set or remove any store passwords. Any tips. I don't want any passwords...

When synchronising takes place, even though Desktop Manager is minimised in the system tray, it insists on displaying synchronisation progress. Is there any way of making the synching happen silently? Is there a way of setting desktop manager to sync every 10 mins or so? As its currently setup, its a bit of a pain.

If anyone has used Microsoft ActiveSync, you will know what I mean - can set to sync silently and automatically every x minutes..

Tips anyone?

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I know what you mean by having it auto update like active syn, however all I have been able to accomplish is to reconsile upon plugin and then manually everytime I want to. As for not showing the sync in progress.. your guess is good as mine.

Now granted, it doesn't not annoy me and really I only care that I am sync'd when I remove it so I just run it at plugin and then manually right be disconnect.

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If you are prompted for a "store" password, it may be because you have the certificate syncronization feature of the Desktop Manager installed and it is asking for the handheld key store password.
Are you using S/MIME?
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nope, not using S/MIME. But the certificate thing sounds familiar. Is this something that can be removed / unistalled?

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It prompted for key store password because you installed 'Cert Sync' component with Desptop manager. Simply go to Desptop installer, select modify, then uncheck 'Cert Sync' thing.
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Simply enter a password and remember it for future use, I had the same problem with my BB 7520, after entering the password the first and remembering it, no problem.
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