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    Question 8100 and only 64Meg of Memory - an Issue?

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    Anyone found the 64 Meg resident memory to be a limitation?

    I know there's a micro SD card expansion option, but what do most of you do - receive emails without attachments?
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    Re: 8100 and only 64Meg of Memory - an Issue?

    Splurge on the card. I got a 1 gigger for $20 from www.newegg.com. I ordered on Monday had it on Tuesday.
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    Re: 8100 and only 64Meg of Memory - an Issue?

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~no the 64mb isn't a problem for me. The attachments stay of the rim server as far as I can know. I can get most supported attachments JPEG, PDF, word, etc. Though there are some that aren't supported by rim, most common ones are. The attachments aren't handled like your regular email on your desktop is. The 64mb is only used for applications, I believe, and most of those are small enough not to chew up memory.

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