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July 17, 2005 2:33:35 PM

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I just got a Blackberry 7520, I'm using the internet email service, I don't
have an exchange server.
I can upload and sync the calendar but my contacts won't upload or sync.
any ideas on what I'm doing wrong? I installed the desktop manager and
connect to the 7520 with the cable included.

Thanks
Brian

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Anonymous
July 18, 2005 2:28:53 AM

Archived from groups: alt.cellular.nextel (More info?)

The software that comes in the box is not the most current. Go to
www.blackberry.com and download the most recent communication manager
for the Nextel 7250. Make sure that the old version that you already
installed is removed completly. When you go to install the new desktop
manager it should automatically ask you if you want to uninistall the
old verison 1st. After you have the most current verison installed
reboot the computer and then try to connect and sync. I would
recommend that if you receive lots of email and you do not have a
server that you use the Desktop redirector or else the webmail site
will get full real fast and you will not get your email until you free
up some space. You will need to leave your computer on and have
outlook running but once it's working you can see everything that you
send or reply to in outlook as well as syncing all your contacts,
calendar and email.
July 18, 2005 2:02:08 PM

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I got it to work.
I closed Outlook and tried it and it worked.
Thanks

"BrianT" <brian@NOSPAMisanti.net> wrote in message
news:11dkuj8itd9id3d@news.supernews.com...
>I just got a Blackberry 7520, I'm using the internet email service, I don't
>have an exchange server.
> I can upload and sync the calendar but my contacts won't upload or sync.
> any ideas on what I'm doing wrong? I installed the desktop manager and
> connect to the 7520 with the cable included.
>
> Thanks
> Brian
>
!