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Old 04-21-2005, 08:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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From the searches that I did am I correct, that my Cingular 7290 v.4.0.0.219 SHOULD have password keeper?

When I got the device (1 week ago) before I sync any of my data over I upgraded to 4.0. At that time I never saw any request to install password keeper. Did I miss something?

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Old 04-21-2005, 08:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you make sure password keeper was checked for installation under application loader?
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It will be in the application loader, you have to check it.
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Old 04-21-2005, 08:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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coreyg510,

No I never saw it to be honest.

bfrye,

If I have my desktop manager open can I just open App Loader and I should see the it there?

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Yes, in the next section where you choose which options to install. You should see password keeper.
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Old 04-22-2005, 07:39 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Thanks for the help guys.I guess I just over looked it when setting up my new bb.

One more question if I may, is there no way to enter data in to password keeper from the desktop?
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Old 04-22-2005, 07:44 AM   #8 (permalink)
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ty for the fast reply.

Its really to bad that there is no version of ewallet for the bb. I have so much data in my ewallet. I guess its on to looking for a new app.
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Thumbs up Password Keeper

You really have to watch when using the APP loader or you will not check something that you previously had installed and take it of. Also, when installing new stuff you have to make sure that you check the box. So far the password keeper has worked perfect for me, I have the 7250. I did not have it til I updated to the .319 sofware, but I'm satisfied with it, completes its purpose thats for sure.
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You may want to try CryptMagic. Right now it can import comma seperated files from the Desktop and they promise a Desktop companion capability similar to e-wallet.
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What is the password keeper? What can I do with it? I have it installed but I have no instructions for its purpose....any ideas?

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password keeper can keep passwords for websites and other general info. seems to be a decent program. the best advice i can give is to set it up by selecting a password and then fiddle around with it. youll learn more quicker than i could tell you here.
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You really have to watch when using the APP loader or you will not check something that you previously had installed and take it of.
I'm still confused on this point. When I install an APP, can I remove another by simply not checking its box? I've not been fully enlightned by what I've found on the net about the desktop manager.
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I'm still confused on this point. When I install an APP, can I remove another by simply not checking its box? I've not been fully enlightned by what I've found on the net about the desktop manager.
yes, leaving a box unchecked in the app loader will remove a app from your bb. however, i believe there are some things that you cannot remove with app loader, such as enterprise activation.
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After getting password keeper in I have to say i didnt like it very much for a few reasons. I guess coming from the ewallet world I had my expectations set to high. The main reason I dont like password keeper is beacuse there is no way to enter data from the desktop.

I am now running ezcase and i have to say its not as powerful as ewallet but atleast there is a desktop app that allows you to enter data directly to the bb.
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to each his own
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Old 04-30-2005, 04:22 PM   #17 (permalink)
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May be a dumb question, but wondered how you can passwrod protect the actual BB - I always did that with my old BB and now with my new 7100g, I wondered if there is a way to still put a password on the email while stil lbeing able to use my phone. Any ideas?
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do you mean someone has to enter a password to view your email, but can use your phone freely?
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Well - meaning my email is password protected. With my current BB (957) I have it so when it has been idle for a certain amount of time, it prompts me for a password before I can do anything. IT recomends that we do that.

But with my new one (7100) I would like the email to be password protected but do not see the same option...and I would not want to have to do that everytime I get a call. Make more sense?
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I can't speak specifically for the 7100, but on the 7290, it's under Options->Security. You can set a password there, and also set an option to allow outgoing calls while locked (which will determine whether or not you need to enter a password to use the phone portion).

This assumes that these options aren't somehow locked down by a corporate IT policy (if you're using your Blackberry with a Corporate BES).
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