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Old 02-21-2007, 06:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am coming from a Treo 700p. Horrible device by the way. However the one thing i liked about it was the calendar. They had color codes and icons that could be used in the monthly view that you can at a glance know what you have planned. With the 8800 I find that I have to look at each day till I find a opening to schdual an account. Big pain. Any help guys?
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Old 02-21-2007, 06:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You may look at a 3rd party app. The basic calendar won't do that.
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Yea its to bad. The contacts and all basic apps that come with the blackberry are award winning in my book. Palm and Windows need 3rd party apps to make them work like the BB's out of the box. But the one thing that really sucks out of box for the BB is the calendar. I am not aware of any 3rd party apps for this. Does anyone else?
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I am coming from a Treo 700p. Horrible device by the way. However the one thing i liked about it was the calendar. They had color codes and icons that could be used in the monthly view that you can at a glance know what you have planned. With the 8800 I find that I have to look at each day till I find a opening to schdual an account. Big pain. Any help guys?
It's been awhile but does the Palm OS do the things you described or were you using a 3rd party app like Agendus on your Treo?

I don't know of any 3rd party stuff for the BB except for BBtoday but not sure if that does everything you want.
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Old 02-21-2007, 08:16 PM   #5 (permalink)
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No it was a feature palm could do out of the box. Agendus is over kill. Loveing the 8800 just missing that feature. Surprised that a 3rd party has not done something like this.

If anyone knows anything please share!!!
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I want DateBk5 for the Blackberry. That week-at-a-glance view is superb, exactly what I need for the level of scheduling I deal with. I got used to the Blackberry's agenda calendar view but it was a far cry from DateBk5. Gimme that on the 8820 and I'm done. Game, set, match.
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Thank you for that info. All my searches are turning up this software is not for blackberry. I will keep looking.

EDIT: NVM I thought you ment you had it already for BB
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