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Old 08-21-2007, 09:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default tmo 4.2.1.91 Fax Number Missing

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I recently upgraded to the new TMO OS and I now notice that when I create a new contact on my bb, there is no line for Fax number. My old contacts already on the bb do have the fax number. I had to create the contact in Outlook then manually sync it to the bb to get a fax number in for a new contact.

Anyone else see this issue or is there a setting I need to change?

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No such problem here. Don't know what to suggest. Are you up to reinstalling to OS? ...Maybe someone will have a less drastic idea.
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Thanks for the thoughts. Actually a battery pull fixed the issue. Should have tried that first before posting!
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Ah, that is less drastic! My brain was on low power on that one.
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