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Old 12-09-2007, 01:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently got a new computer (Dell laptop) and installed the Blackberry Desktop software to continue synching my 8700. Problem is, I don't have MS Outlook with the MS Office package I purchased. The Desktop software doesn't recognize Windows Mail or any of the newer programs. I really just want to pull my info off of my handheld and back it up (and potentially transfer to another handheld in the future). Any suggestions on how I can pull my info off manually and save it?
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You can use the Backup/Restore feature in Desktop Manager to backup your BB and restore to any other BB.
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