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Old 10-10-2006, 03:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all, it's my first post and I am praying you all can help me.

Is it possible (software, option, whatever) to sync emails received on your blackberry (7100g) to your laptop that has no connectivity? I want to be able to transfer emails (from BB to PC) containing attachments, edit them from the laptop, and then sync it back onto the blackberry to resend it.

If someone could respond with a concise and direct answer I would really appreciate it.

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Old 10-10-2006, 04:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Unfortunately not. The BlackBerry doesn't sync email, re-direct and wireless sync yes with BES and Exchange. Aside from that the BlackBerry only syncs calendar, address, notes and tasks.
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What you can do is to forward all your BB email to another account like a free GMail accout and have your laptop receive that account. Not a perfect solution but they'll all get there.
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I can't retrieve the email from a Gmail account because the laptop has no connectivity. Is there any software that I can buy to let me do this?
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As stated before no there is no way.
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That would be awesome though.

And if I am correct, even though the blackberry has bluetooth, you cannot use it to transfer data files.
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