Plus, it may not activate anyway and I don't want to get her in trouble either.
It came with this really weird stipulation that if she ever quits, she has to delete it. I wonder how the heck they are going to enforce that. Still too expensive. I don't think I would be breaking any copy-right laws ifIi synced my Blackberry to my wife's computer.
She has a legal copy of Office and maybe I could create a special address book in it for me. Then sync my Blackberry to that and then sync my Thunderbird to her Outlook.
Sounds good in therory anyway. I haven't figured out a way to create a separate address book in my wife's Office Outlook. So I still don't know how I'm going to sync my Blackberry with the Thunderbird on my computer. The calendar is one thing, that would be nice to sync but the real pain is my "Contacts".
As time goes on, my contact lists keep getting additions, either to my Blackberry or my Thinderbird. And when my wife asks for and address, I end up having to search through both of them separately. Kind of a pain.
I'm new to BB & CB, but I am a dedicated Mozilla Thunderbird, and Lightning user . I was wondering if anyone here knows how to sync an I am the new owner of a Blackberry Pearl I REALLY don't want to have to use Outlook. I use T-bird for my email, and recently installed the Lightning.
But I still don't want to upload all my contact info to the cloud as in Yahoo or Google. It's not that I need to hide anything but I just don't think it's right for "me" to share all my friend's contact info with the cloud that could eventually get hacked or accessed but those that my friends wouldn't appreciate. I wish RIM would get it's act together and allow a sync to Thunderbird.
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