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Old 05-09-2006, 12:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need Help. I've installed the Blackberry software at my office computer however want to know how I can take all my contacts email and phone numbers from my phone and import into my outlook ?
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If your phone has a SIM card, you can put that SIM card into your Blackberry. Then go into the address book, click the trackwheel, and you should have an option to view the SIM contacts and add them to your Address book.
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do you have to do it oe at a time?? I dont see a do all option ???
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HERE YOU GO PEOPLE

Address Book allows you to import data from a Blackberry once it's been converted to a text(txt) file.


Available space: 600 total entries
Usage statistics: Total entries used - 0 of 600
Extended entries used - 0 of 200


Follow the procedure below to create the export file.


Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
Double click on the Intellisync icon to open.
Click the Configure PIM button. The Handheld Configuration window will open.
Highlight the Address Book application from the list in the left window and Click the Choose button.
From the Available Translators list select ASCII Importer/Exporter.
Select the Export radio button under Operation options.
Enter a Filename for the new file that will be created. Ensure that the ".txt" extension remains on the filename.
Click Browse to identify a location in which to save the file.
Click OK on the Choose Translator window.
On the Handheld Configuration window select the Configure dropdown and choose Advanced Settings.
Click Field Mappings.
Scroll to the bottom of the field list so that the Direct Connect field is visible under the Handheld column.
In the right hand column drag the User Defined 4 export field down to be across from Direct Connect. There should be a two-way arrow between Direct Connect and User Defined 4. This denotes that data in the export file under the User Defined 4 heading will be imported as the Direct Connect number.
Click OK on the Field Mappings for Address Book window.
Click OK on the Advanced Settings for Address Book window.
Click OK on the Handheld Configuration window.
Click Synchronize now on the Intellisync window.
Close the Intellisync window
Click the Browse button to find the newly created text file. It will appear in the field to the left of the Browse button.
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