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    Article: Email On The BlackBerry PlayBook

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    It's about time.

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    I'm liking the upgrade so far. You still can't rename/rearrange any browser bookmarks.

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    As I mentioned in previous comments I have been using the Beta, this update is brilliant, and I am loving it, you may also want to take a look at Simple Browser.

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    Hearing good things Guess the time has come that I break my piggy bank.

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    Only real problem at the moment is that you cannot sync Outlook contacts/calendar or your BB phone contacts with the PlayBook yet without going through Google, or Hotmail, which I will not do. I am sure RIM will have a fix soon through Desktop Manager. I can live without this, and certainly love the upgrade, especially as the Doc2Go is pretty powerful and free! Works great, obviously not as good as MS Office, but then did I mention that is was free? It provides a quick and dirty capability which can be synced and formatted later if required, but certainly saves carrying the computer everywhere.
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