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Old 04-05-2010, 05:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ANyone know how I just delete all the Notes from my 9700? I know you can do with with the RSET for contacts but how can you do this for Notes?

I have 4 dupes of all my notes thanks for pocketmac!

I need to do with without using BDM though as that wont work either
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BDM = Desktop Manager?

You have a number of options if you are using Desktop Manager and a desktop PIM app such as Outlook. But if not, I believe you only option is to selectively delete the dupes from the handset.
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Why won't Desktop Manager work?

You could go into Backup/Restore > Advanced and clear the Notepad database on the device. That would clear your Notepad.

Other than that, Ira's advice is the only way I know of doing it.
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