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Old 11-12-2008, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay - i am new to the BB scene and am looking for some support. I have several issues with the phone to this point and have tried resolving the issues with no success.

Description of setup - I am not on BES, syncing with Outlook through Exchange Server.

1. When I work on my computer and delete emails, they do not delete on my Blackberry, although when i delete from my BB the emails on my computer delete. It is only syncing oneway, even if i hard sync with the cable...?

2. There is an issue syncing my Calander without using BES. I am looking at installing Google Calander Sync - is this the best solution or is there a better solution?

Initially i had a problem that everytime I sync'd with the cable, it would duplicate every single contact. I think this has been worked out.

Any feedback on any of the above would greatly help. Thanks in advance!

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Old 11-12-2008, 05:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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First, welcome to the forums.

My setup is very similar to yours, although I have migrated over to a BES system lately. Here are some observations.

1. That is pretty much normal with your sort of setup. Syncing with the cable does nothing to email -- doesn't touch that part of the world. Switching to a BES would give you 2-way email sync.

2. What is the issue with syncing your calendar? An Outlook calendar should sync just fine -- better than a Google calendar, from what I have read.

3. Glad you got the duplicate contacts issue resolved.

Clarify the issue with the calendar. That seems to be the main bone of contention here.
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