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Old 02-16-2007, 04:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have my device manager and desktop manager running and sync'ing is working perfectly with outlook via bluetooth. what i can't find is how to schedule the frequency of sync'ing. i'd like to set it for every 5 mins or something so i don't have to worry about being up to date before walking out of the office. any suggestions?
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hm....guess no one has this need, or perhaps no one uses bluetooth to sync. any suggestions would be great though.
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I am not aware of a scheduled (like every 5 mins) sync command, other than automatic when the blackberry is connected to your desktop.
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This won't help you much but wireless sync via BES is a solution that actually offers what you're looking for. You can't control the frequency of updates but it will constantly sync (so yes, I don't use BT sync).
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