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Old 08-20-2006, 04:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I purchased a 8700c from Cingular. When they set it up the guy at the store did a few things and off to his next sale. My Numbers are in the phone, I have to click on address book then click on one of the contacts, the menu 2 links down says from sim card. Is there a way I can create a phone book by transfering these so I don't have to click all the way in to get them. I have looked all over there site and I can't seem to figure it out.

I only need the BB for getting email that Battery back ups and Tape back up's send me when there is failure. I have it worked into my Exchange server and there's no problems with that. But I am more keen on getting the phone working so I don't need to click all the way in.
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Old 08-20-2006, 05:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can either save all the contacts from your Nokia phone onto the sim card then load it from the sim card onto your BlackBerry, or if you have a data cable for your Nokia and the Nokia PC Suite software then you can always move your contacts into Outlook or Outlook express then sync your BlackBerry to your computer.
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I'd recommend that you transfer your contacts via the Nokia PC suite to your outlook express and then sync with your BB. That'll make sure that you have a backup if anything may go wrong with the SIM card. I did that when I got my BB and discarded the Nokia Communicator.
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