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Old 05-26-2005, 10:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

Sorry if this is a daft question but here goes.. We recently bought some 7290's and a copy of BES. I installed BES with Exchange and did a wireless activation. We also do all the syncing of the apps via wireless. I've only ever installed software over the air. The BB's came preloaded with OS4. I put the supplied cradles in a box and guessed I'd never need them....

However, I want a password program and was about to try out cryptmagic and a few others. I then noticed OS4 comes with password keeper but it is not on my phone. I think I need to to use something called application loader and the blackberry desktop software to install it. Did it come on the CD that came with the phone? I guess the only way to get it onto my phone is via the cradle? Will pluging in the cradle to the pc make the BB sync with outlook automatically? Just I really just want to keep the sync wireless....

I also asume I can do a backup of the BB if I connect the cradle?

Thanks for your help.

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Just open applicatino loader, click next, and you will see it listed there.

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That's only true is you have already download and installed the handheld software. Locate and download the latest version of the software for the handhelds. Then cradle them and start Desktop Manager. Use the Application Loader to check off the Password Keeper program. You can also do a Backup from within Desktop Manager.

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