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Old 10-04-2004, 05:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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doesn't seem to work - just installed VPC 7 winXP pro and although if you click on usb settings in VPC it can 'see' the RIM handheld, the BB desktop software still can't find it.
Anyone have any better luck??
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Old 10-04-2004, 06:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I didnt have any luck on my powerbook with VPC 7 either :(
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I found VPC and my BB a beast in it's own right to get setup. Using VPC 7 I would guess your a Mac user? If that is the case take a look at the PocketMac Blackberry sync from PocketMac the best $29US you'll spend. There's a link in my sig. below.
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If that is the case take a look at the PocketMac Blackberry sync from PocketMac the best $29US you'll spend. There's a link in my sig. below.
I second that....it is a must for Mac users.
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...look at the PocketMac Blackberry sync from PocketMac the best $29US you'll spend. There's a link in my sig. below.
AMEN! But i do wish this product was from Mark/Space, they just seem to be better at programming and UI then PocketMac.
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...look at the PocketMac Blackberry sync from PocketMac the best $29US you'll spend. There's a link in my sig. below.
AMEN! But i do wish this product was from Mark/Space, they just seem to be better at programming and UI then PocketMac.
FWIW it works which solves the major hurdle (sync capability with the Mac OS X) I'm sure others will follow in time eg. EPICAD already has a BES re-director for Mac OS X.
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