04-13-2013 05:31 PM
While it is hopefully not a false promise, this issue apparently is on BBRY's radar and is in the process of being addressed.
Nonetheless, as you, REALLY irritated this is an issue at all.
Just wait until the Q10 users starting learning of this...
04-22-2013 04:11 PM
Q10 users will be fine. Because..... Two-way sync is here now!
Our indie team has built a small PC application that does 2-way sync of BB10 Contacts, Calendar, and Remember apps with Microsoft Outlook contacts, calendar, notes, and tasks. It's built for standalone Microsoft Outlook.
Please help us with your feedback. This is a new app and we would like to improve it while we wait for BlackBerry to release their own two-way USB sync.
04-22-2013 05:07 PM
04-23-2013 01:12 PM
04-24-2013 01:27 AM
Being able to wire sync handheld device with Outlook was BB's biggest advantage. Without this function, this die hard loyal BB use/fan (who has also "scolded" all friends, students, and international business collaborators for not being loyal to our Waterloo city's great invention) is going to lose faith in BB. I will run into a lot of problems not being able to sync daily changes in Outlook easily. A lot of business users add/delete contacts, tasks, memo, calendar daily. Not having this function is a huge step backwards for BB! I have pre-ordered the Q10, however, I am not going to purchase it until BB re-instate the Outlook sync. This is critical for business users, you true supporters, and your main weapon to win over other smart phone biz users. Please have Outlook sync back ASAP. Thank you
04-24-2013 03:30 AM
Here, here, BAET! Are BlackBerry so totally unaware that no one from the company is reading this forum? The same message has come out again and again. The loyal users are angry and frustrated at this inexcusable omission and want answers to allow them to put appropriate procurement strategies in place... but all we get so far is SILENCE.
Come on BlackBerry. Get a grip and tell us what is happening before even the faithful lose faith.
A loyal but ignored customer.