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Old 02-19-2007, 02:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there. I was recently given a Blackberry by my employer and I'm looking to get the most out of it. It is a 7130e, and I'm on the Sprint network. I am a long time Palm user, and own a Tapwave Zodiac which I love. One thing I would like for my Blackberry to do is read ebooks. I noticed Mobireader is available for my device. Does anyone know of a better one? Also, I can never find any references as to available memory on Blackberry's. How much does one hold? I was told that my company will be setting up data services for me as well, and I notice that I don't have a web browser currently. Do you think that will come with "data services" or would just be them setting me up with BES connectivity? I'm pretty excited about the device, and I'm sort of in an information gathering mode to see what it can do. Any information that you can impart would be great.

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The memory on that device is 32mb.

You should have your browser when your company sets up the data services, etc.
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Okay... excellent. My browser has appeared along with an email settings icon. Nifty. If I have ebooks downloaded previously, can I email them to myself and receive them on my device instead of doing a desktop sync?
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You can email them, yes, but you can't save them to the device that way. Better off loading from the Desktop.
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