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Old 08-17-2006, 02:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well in may the co. I worked for was purchased and said we couldn't use our personal BB's on their system(stupid co.). They said they couldn't support it...like they really were going to take apart and repair a BB. So last week i resigned to go to a better positiona at a better co. and told my wife I wanted my 8700c back. I gave her the TM SDA I was using(crashed alot) I returned home at lunch on her first day with the SDA and was told in no uncertain terms that she wanted the BB back and I could take the SDA and...well you know. So to resolve it I simply went out and purchased me a new 8700c and plan to put the SDA up for sale on ebay.

A curious note since I'm in my last 2 weeks I went and synched my new BB w/ my PIM on the copany computer and it took over for the email. (they said that i wouldn't be able to setup my own on their system) I should have kept my mouth shut and just doen it in retrospect. What do you expect from a co. that when they switched us over to their system 2 days later we got no emails for 4 days. I'm off to a greener pasture and glad to be back on a BB. I actually looked at a 7130...but thought i might be annoyed after using the 8700 for mail using the smaller compact keys.
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