09-12-2008 01:07 PM
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1) Is there any feature RIM is developing to let users know when their flash memory is running low BEFORE the device starts auto-deleting oldest messages? This would make sense.
2) I understand the logistical need for this feature, but as a highly proficient BB/BES/Outlook user I much more prefer to have the historical record on my device, say an email from a contact 2 years ago, rather than sitting in my inbox or a folder on my server. Here's why...on my desktop I am actively archiving messages everyday to a PST file where I have instant access to them on the machine. (PS: I do this to keep my exchange account modestly sized and manageable for when I have to VPN or webmail in while on the road) However, those older emails are great reference on the device because I don't have access to the PST file and I am pretty good about knowing which messages I will need for further use so I am sure to download the full message on my device while it is still on the server before it gets archived so as to avoid the red 'x' of death on the device.
Understand the points but somethings to consider for those who educate users on how best to integrate their device into their communication routine.
10-03-2008 02:23 PM
10-03-2008 03:24 PM - edited 10-03-2008 03:28 PM
This is from Network World 5 apps you can't miss:
From the article
"However, it wasn't until BoxTone released its myBoxTone Insight app for BlackBerry that we started paying the company the attention it deserves. myBoxTone Insight is a simple but extremely valuable free BlackBerry application that provides users with a variety of performance metrics so they can gauge the relative "health" of their BlackBerry, without a PC or other device. The free app also takes all those metrics and graphs them over different time periods-one hour, twelve hours, one day, etc.-so trends can be spotted.
Let me know if this helps!