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Old 12-02-2005, 01:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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how do i store my contacts on the sim card so i can switch to newer BB?
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It's a lot easier to use desktop manager to backup the old BB to your PC, then restore it to your new one. Works great.

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how do i store my contacts on the sim card so i can switch to newer BB?
mlwelch, Welcome to the site. There are many prior threads discussing this. Some people on this forum will flame you for not doing a search first. Go to Search > Advanced Search > enter "SIM", and set search to look only in titles. That will limit your results somewhat. If you use Outlook, have your addresses stored there, and sync with the BB, you do not need to move them to the SIM. When you sync the new BB with Outlook, the addresses will transfer. You can set this up now, even if you haven't already in the past. Good luck, JT
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thanks for your help. i wouldn't want to irritate anyone, because i appreciate all the help everyone offers.
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yes, you didn't even have to search, there is this thread that talks about the same thing which was opened about 15 minutes before your thread:

http://www.blackberryforums.com/show...350#post135350
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Ok, I just realized you started both of these threads with the same basic question but different titles, better put your flame suit on now ;)
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