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Old 05-12-2005, 03:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hello,

any idea how to configure the GPRS to read my BlackBerry mails through a Qtek 2020 (iMate)(APN...) T-Mobile . or any software that makes this WM2003 compatible with BlackBerry?
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Huh !?
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my request is so weird ????
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Wirelessly posted (0U812: BlackBerry7210/4.0.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1)

Just not sure what you mean.

You can't "configure" GPRS.

Secondly. Why get a blackberry if you want to forward all of its emails to your win mobile device? If it could be done, it would probably need a manual push for each time you got an email. That just seems like a lot of work with no benefits to it.
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Yes.
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ok i understand your remarks. the blackberry is imposed by the company. the pb of the 7100 is to use it as an agenda. I could not configure-it in a way to give me all my meetings and tasks in its main menu. in my window mobile I can have a today screen listing all my appoitments for the next 7 days. plus, if I may add, when I write a memo, email, no way to get back to a word mistyped in middle of the line ;-( I have to delete all the text after that word in order to modify it. I mean there is no arrow key to move you left or right.
This is why I wanted to see if I can find a way to use my WIndow mobile eventhough I need to install a blackberry RIM module on it(if it exist).
I am really sorry to bother by my remarks, but to use-it well I need to enjoy it also

Many thanks for your time
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You can move back within text without deleting; hold down the ALT key (lower left hand corner of the keyboard) and use the trackwheel. You can use it well. You just need to learn the tricks and tips how Read the Tips and Tricks FAQs that are posted here - they have really good information.

Check out programs called BBToday or PocketDay. They give you a "Today" like view (tasks, calendar, unread messages) on one screen.
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many thanks. I just bought the BBToday
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