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Old 09-26-2004, 09:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Am I missing something or is there no way to search for an appointment/meeting within the Calendar? I can only find a search function for the Messages folder.

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Searching in the calendar is not possible.
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Searching in the calendar is not possible.
Wow, I thought I might use my BB as a replacement for my Palm, but everyday it seems that something else is pushing my back the T|C.
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OS 4.0 has a search feature for ALL of the applications on the Blackberry...works pretty well.
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But OS 4 is not yet released.
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But OS 4 is not yet released.
True, but it will be soon I think now its just a matter of working out the bugs and kinks. I think RIM is still on target for the latter part of this year? I hope!
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Cant wait for 4.0
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Me too
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