Question about RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone
As annoying as it may be, you might just have to choose the portion that is more important to you - Outlook or the Blackberry. I'm assuming it's the BB.
Since Outlook is different then Outlook Express, you would more than likely have to alter the business contact information in Outlook to make it transfer properly to the BB.
It is a database and not CSV format I'm assuming (comma separated value) format coming from Outlook, but in the process is reads it as a CSV file it seems.
Test it out by entering a dummy business contact and seeing what needs to be where to make it work on the BB.
Since it doesn't have an open source code, I doubt it can be tweaked aside from that.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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