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Samsung tab 2

I have blackberry bold and I bought Samsung. How can I sync my outlook diary to the Google diary?

I would like to work with the both diaries and the both will sync automatically.

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Re: Samsung tab 2

Hi and Welcome to the Community!

For Calendar, Google has a free (although beta) product to sync between Outlook and Google. Then, the BB can (via BIS) sync with Google. I don't know about your Samsung...if it's a Droid, then it should be also able to sync with Google.

Good luck!



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Re: Samsung tab 2

what is bis?
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Re: Samsung tab 2

BIS = BlackBerry Internet Service, a required component of your data plan, which you purchase from your mobile service provider. Without BIS, none of the BB-proprietary functions will work (e.g., no email, no BBM, no Browser, etc.).

Good luck!



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