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    Question help...multi emails, multi contacts on 1 8800BB HOW?!?!

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    I've been thrown into the position of managing a 15 BB - BES system ....

    We recently upgraded a few phones from the 8700c to the 8800...

    My boss, sitting next to someone at a luncheon, sees that this other person has more than one email account and more than one contact folder sync'ed to the blackberry. Now She wants it...

    I have spent the past 2 and ahlf hours searching and I can't find...

    HELP!?!?!? Any clues, advice, direction?

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    Re: help...multi emails, multi contacts on 1 8800BB HOW?!?!

    email account should be easy since the phone allows up to 10 accounts.

    i dont know about the separate contacts list though.

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    Re: help...multi emails, multi contacts on 1 8800BB HOW?!?!

    I have one BES account and 4 BIS accounts on my phone. The BIS is done through the carrier (i.e. my.t-mobile.com). I am not sure about contact lists. I have one that is synced with my BES and I use the sim phone book for my personal contact I do not want synced.
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    Re: help...multi emails, multi contacts on 1 8800BB HOW?!?!

    If you sync multiple folders (calendars, contacts, address books, tasks, notes) you lose wireless sync as seocndary folders must be sync'ed via USB. To set up secondary folders you need to have Desktop Manager installed. You can specify them under Intellisync or Synchronize (for DM 4.2).

    Honestly, I'd work on managing the boss's wants... Are multiple email accounts really needed? Are secondary folders really needed? Or is this all just a matter of keeping up with the Jones's? There are definitely pros and cons that need to bo looked at and evaluated.

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