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Old 09-18-2006, 04:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it relatively simple to transfer all the data over? Has anyone done this? Am I in for any surprises? Does the verizon unit capture the 2-way radio id's just in case I ever go back?
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Old 09-18-2006, 05:40 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Moving data is very easy with the new "Switch BlackBerry" wizard that is part of Desktop Manager v4.2

Do you sync with Outlook? I know Outlook stores the DC radio ID.
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Is it relatively simple to transfer all the data over? Has anyone done this? Am I in for any surprises? Does the verizon unit capture the 2-way radio id's just in case I ever go back?
If you have Outlook you can preserve the Two way radio numbers. I went from a 7520 to the 8100 (TMO) to the 8700 (Cingular). I like the reception and coverage on Cingular as I can go to the cabin on the weekend and not go outside to make or receive a call.

My company will be moving to Cingular in whole, by the end of the month!
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