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Old 10-13-2004, 07:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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okay, so first things i've noticed was that its very light and looks as if it was made with much cheaper material than your typical blackberry.

also, for those who like to get dizzy, you can charge the phone and blink your eyes while looking at the LED. hehe. you get mixed up between green and red and it kind of hurts your eyes after a few minutes (its mesmorizing, what can i say).

i haven't really played with it yet. just charging it up for a few hours then i'll hook it up and connect it on up with our BES. but anyhow, i was surprised to have received it today after being told a few days ago that they were out of stock - i received all 3 of them that i ordered for my dept...
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FYI, for those interested. My default Service Books w/ TMO are:

BlackberryInternetBrowsingService [BrowserConfig]
IPPP for BIBS [IPPP]
T-Mobile USA IM Client [BrowserConfig]
WAP Push Config [WAPPushConfig]
t-zones [BrowserConfig]
T-Mobile USA WAP Transport [WAP]
E-mail set up [BrowserConfig]
E-mail set up [IPPP]
BlackBerry Browser [BrowserConfig]
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after i set it up with BES and MDS:

Desktop [CICAL]
Desktop [BrowserConfig]
Desktop [ALP]
Desktop [IPPP]
Desktop [CMIME]
BlackberryInternetBrowsingService [BrowserConfig]
IPPP for BIBS [IPPP]
T-Mobile USA IM Client [BrowserConfig]
WAP Push Config [WAPPushConfig]
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T-Mobile USA WAP Transport [WAP]
E-mail set up [BrowserConfig]
E-mail set up [IPPP]
BlackBerry Browser [BrowserConfig]
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Same Service books here, save for:
- Desktop [BrowserConfig]
- Desktop [IPPP]

We don't have MDS enabled on our BES though. I've yet to be swayed. Those are probably the corresponding Service Books.
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Yes, they are. Looks like the 7100t has a public MDS anyway so you don't need it accept to have the ability to access the companie's intranet. One of the great things for me about having MDS on the corporate BES server is I can access all the internet sites and my intranet sites like HR self-service, etc.
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