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Old 12-24-2005, 12:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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First off, I'm first to Blackberries period. I was using the Siemens SX66, but decided that a change of pace was needed, so now I'm using the 8700C. It came in today.

My first question is...is there anyway to set up a sound notification to let you know when you receive text messages.

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No offense, but have you looked at places in your 8700C in the menus? Like "profiles"?
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Have you read your quick start quide? Check Profiles/normal/messages to see if that does what you want.

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Hey, don't be put off by some of the posters in this forum. It is just that there are literally new users in here every day, and most ask VERY similar questions, or questions that have been answered many times over. So some ppl are a bit short when replying - i dont know why they just don't ignore, but whatever. Anyway, it will serve you well do use the search feature in here, it is powerful and I guarantee it will answer about 95% of your questions. Then, ask away with the out of the ordinary questions, no sweat. Welcome aboard! I switched from an SX66 as well, and I am MUCH happier with the 8700c, as I am sure you will be too!
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Hey, don't be put off by some of the posters in this forum. It is just that there are literally new users in here every day, and most ask VERY similar questions, or questions that have been answered many times over. So some ppl are a bit short when replying - i dont know why they just don't ignore, but whatever. Anyway, it will serve you well do use the search feature in here, it is powerful and I guarantee it will answer about 95% of your questions. Then, ask away with the out of the ordinary questions, no sweat. Welcome aboard! I switched from an SX66 as well, and I am MUCH happier with the 8700c, as I am sure you will be too!
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Hey, don't be put off by some of the posters in this forum. It is just that there are literally new users in here every day, and most ask VERY similar questions, or questions that have been answered many times over. So some ppl are a bit short when replying - i dont know why they just don't ignore, but whatever. Anyway, it will serve you well do use the search feature in here, it is powerful and I guarantee it will answer about 95% of your questions. Then, ask away with the out of the ordinary questions, no sweat. Welcome aboard! I switched from an SX66 as well, and I am MUCH happier with the 8700c, as I am sure you will be too!
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