08-26-2008 04:51 PM
I am trying to understand BlackBerry's desktop software. As far as I can see it has no UI it is simply a backup of the data entered on the BlackBerry device? All data is entered on the handheld device not the desktop softwar.
Palm's desktop UI has a fully visible calendar and other tools. I can enter data on the desktop or the handheld which syncs to the phone and vica-a-versa.
Is my understanding of the BlackBerry desktop software correct? -MikeT
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08-26-2008 04:59 PM - edited 08-26-2008 05:03 PM
The BB Desktop Software is designed to sync data between the PC and BB. It's function is backup and restore, synchronization, application loading, transfer info between BB and a Palm for instance, and if you have the option
a Media manager. You can input data to calendar, addressbook, texts, and memos at the PC and synch the two devices.
So there is a similarity. Give me a minute and I will give you the supported PC programs for the Desktop Software.
Below is the link of supported programs:
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
08-26-2008 06:08 PM
08-26-2008 06:17 PM
Spot on! It's just my opinion but I would choose Outlook. Many many users here use it, it's windows compatible, and you would get the most support on it.
Just my opinion
Do you run Windows?
08-26-2008 06:24 PM
Please take a minute and resolve the post with the options on the right.