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  1. BrianDoheny's Avatar
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    Hey does anyone know if the desktop software has a way to type in contact information from your computer and then add it to your blackberry? It would be a lot easier to type all the info from a computer. I'm new to the BB scene so if its a dumb question, take it easy on me
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    I'm new too. Assuming you have your desktop manager configured with microsoft outlook, type the information into your contacts there and they will be transferred to your BB.

    I hope that helps!
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    that would do it. outlook or any thing that syncs with the DM
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    I synched my Yahoo contacts using DM. Its pretty simple.
    Just go to Synchronize
    Click Configuration
    Choose Configuration Synch
    Then Choose which Application you want to synch from.
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    I used Outlook, so simple and I loved it.
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    Does Desktop Manager support Mozilla's Thunderbird?

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    Does anyone know if Outlook got the axe for MS Office 2007???

    I signed up for the 60 day trial with the new laptop I got and can't find Outlook anywhere, all I see is something about Windows Mail!?!?!
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    I put all my contacts in Outlook and then sync them in to the BB. It's a lot easier this way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wide_opeN View Post
    Does anyone know if Outlook got the axe for MS Office 2007???

    I signed up for the 60 day trial with the new laptop I got and can't find Outlook anywhere, all I see is something about Windows Mail!?!?!
    It would appear that Microsoft Office Outlook is still a component of the Microsoft Office suite...

    http://office.microsoft.com/search/r...68851033&CTT=5
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    Hi
    Just got a pearl today. I use gmail, can I add my contacts from Gmail? My outlook is having issues right now!

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wide_opeN View Post
    Does anyone know if Outlook got the axe for MS Office 2007???

    I signed up for the 60 day trial with the new laptop I got and can't find Outlook anywhere, all I see is something about Windows Mail!?!?!
    The problem here is that you can't have two versions of Outlook open. So the trials normally leave you with the original since it would have to delete it. You can do that manually and reinstall it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wide_opeN View Post
    Does anyone know if Outlook got the axe for MS Office 2007???

    I signed up for the 60 day trial with the new laptop I got and can't find Outlook anywhere, all I see is something about Windows Mail!?!?!
    Yes and No...

    Windows Mail is the Vista version of Outlook Express. Outlook 2007 is included in the Office Standard, Pro, and Enterprise Suites. The MS Office 2007 Home and Student suite does not have Outlook rather it includes OneNote (a very useful program for class and meetings). The 60 trial suite of Office is usually the Home and Student edition.
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    Welcome to CrackBerry!

    exactly as others said... enter contact information into Outlook and sync to your Berry via DesktopManager!!
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