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Old 12-02-2005, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was thinking, I don't have a BB yet (I plan to get one mid December), but I am doing research and have questions. I use the search function but most of the answer presuppose I have looked at the sync software and used the BB. How about a place to ask specific questions about how various things are done on BBs , and how I can integrate it with my current set up and needs, without bugging the guys in the general forum? Perhaps a FAQ more oriented to that could be stickied at the top.

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That would be nice. Unless you're on your 2nd or 3rd BB or you've had yours for ages I'm finding most parts of the site intimidating as far as getting started. Once I learn the lingo and play around w/ my BB I'll feel more comfortable, but until then....where are we supposed to go?
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I would start by reading the Sticky Threads at the top of the General BlackBerry Discussion group. A lot of work has been put into them to help people get started...
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I would start by reading the Sticky Threads at the top of the General BlackBerry Discussion group. A lot of work has been put into them to help people get started...
In particular, I would recommend Mark Rejhon's FAQs and the threads linked thereto. If you want a roadmap to understanding the BB, I think they're a great place to start. I say that based on personal experience.
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