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Old 04-04-2005, 09:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone - my first post here.

i've had my 7250 for just over a month now and at first i despised it.... then i wanted to chuck it out of my car window.... and now it's grown on me - i can't function without it. plus i like how it's sturdy enough to throw at rude people without leaving a mark [on the BB that is].

i can't seem to find an answer for this seemingly basic question - can you synch your sent mail from the handheld to Outlook on the desktop through BES?? it seems like there's no way to do this using the cable, and i often need to refer to things i've sent. if it is possible, then i would certainly sign up with a host.

my other question is about reading text files within eFile. in this thread about ebooks: eBook

people mention reading whole books from within eFile. however, i have problems reading text files around 9kB in size. the document viewer flashes and i see the hour glass, but it stays in this state for about 7 minutes before it displays the text. i'm not sure how long it takes to open larger files, but i did leave it running for about 15min once before giving up and restarting the unit. plus scrolling is rather sluggish after it manages to open the file. is there a maximum 'workable' file size limit for eFile?? it would be nice to take some larger documents with me without having to e-mail them to myself.
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Old 04-05-2005, 04:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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As to your first question, there is an option in Redirector: When sending a copy from my handheld. Check the Save Copy in Sent Folder and it will send a copy of your message to your Sent Items folder in Outlook.
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i would prefer not to use the redirector - leaving another computer on 24/7 isn't an ideal solution for me, but it's nice to know that there is an option if i'm truly stuck. thanks
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