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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎06-22-2008
My Device: Not Specified

address book

I have Vista Home Premium SP1 and Windows Mail, for some reason the addresses in windows mail doesn't sync with the BB device. Just a little help would be appreciated

 

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Posts: 72
Registered: ‎04-22-2008
My Device: Bold 9000 BES OS 4.6.0.162

Re: address book

You need to get programs that are supported by the Desktop Software such as Outlook or Outlook Express.  Windows Mail is not a supported application.  You would have to purchase those programs. 

 

Or you could do it the free way:  Use Yahoo!

 

Transfer all your information to a Yahoo Account.  Yahoo can transfer all your contacts over from one e-mail account to a Yahoo account.   It can also transfer all the e-mails.  You can synchronize your calendar, contacts, memos, and tasks between your blackberry and a Yahoo account via Blackberry Desktop Manager. 

 

OR you can create plain text files and synchronize them, another way to manage your contacts is Excel.  Then you can create a .CVS file and synchronize it with your blackberry.