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    Editing Contacts

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    I have had a look at the faq and stuff.

    I have just imported my users from sms, and they are all a bit messed up, is there some desktop app that I can edit and change the contacts, without having to prat about on the phone.

    Or is it best to edit all the contact in outlook or something and sync it..

    (even though the software Blue screens my 2003 server install :-/ )

    cheers

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    Welcome to the stacks. I would just edit it in outlook. Seems to me to be the easiest way to go about it.

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    Welcome to pinstack. Use Outlook and you can sync like Eddie mentioned. Let us know how it goes.

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    Re: Editing Contacts

    Does anyone uses Cardscan ????? I have about 560 business cards and they are all sync on my bb I just love that program !!!!!!

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    I use cardscan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie_gauge View Post
    Welcome to the stacks. I would just edit it in outlook. Seems to me to be the easiest way to go about it.
    If a user isn't on BES using Outlook or similar, it's a large manual edit!

    I would never go back to Palm, but RIM would benefit if they compared their Desktop Manager to Palm's and then set out to improve theirs.

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