Did a search and maybe this?
* Exchange 2003/2007/2010 SP1 (Activesync only, not Exchange WebServices)
I haven't tried it, saw the lifehacker article on K-9 and went with that and not too disappointed.
Can anyone think of a situation in the tech world where a platform has come BACK after a catastrophic loss in user base?
In some countries Apple pretty owned the education sector (Apple IIe, Mac Classic, Mac LC series), but with win95 completely died from that market segment. Also quite popular in SMB and home market when most realised Commodore was dead. May be not in the US, but certainly in the rest of the world.When did Apple have a dominant platform prior to iOS?
In some countries Apple pretty owned the education sector (Apple IIe, Mac Classic, Mac LC series), but with win95 completely died from that market segment. Also quite popular in SMB and home market when most realised Commodore was dead. May be not in the US, but certainly in the rest of the world.
So my goal was to make a shared calendar my group could use. I created one in gmail and shared it with my personal gmail account. I added my personal gmail account to my bold 9650 only to find that blackberry doesn't support shared calendars. So I then deleted that gmail account from the phone and added our groups shared gmail account. I then had double entries on the calendar from my personal gmail and my original exchange gmail (shared gmail was empty). Not sure why I still had a calendar for an account I deleted though.
I read about how to clear calendar entries here
I did that for all calendars on the phone.
Now a day later and after two resets of the phone:
-I still have no exchange calendar entries (confirmed they are in exchange still)
-I do have entries syncing to the phone for a gmail account I thought I deleted off the phone!
-I do not have any entries for a google calendar for an account I do have on the phone (they are on google still)
So pretty much the phone is doing the opposite of what I want.
I looked in the service books and my personal gmail is not listed, but somehow it is syncing to the phone. I do see the service book for the google shared calendar account I created but the entries are not syncing to the phone.
We literally are moving the company from BlackBerrys to smartphones. One of the really important things for Yahoo’s strategy moving forward is mobile.
As of January 4, 2022, all classic BlackBerry smartphones running versions of BlackBerry OS will no longer work for calls, text messages, data, and emergency functionality, essentially making them unusable.
BlackBerry announced the news in September 2020 as part of a broader company shift to focus on enterprise security and solutions. "As another milestone in the BlackBerry journey, we will be taking steps to decommission the legacy services for BlackBerry 7.1 OS and earlier, BlackBerry 10 software, BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 and earlier versions, with an end of life or termination date of January 4, 2022," the company said at the time.
BlackBerry was once a titan of the smartphone industry, but that changed after Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007 and upended the market. A decade after the iPhone launched, BlackBerry's smartphone market share was effectively wiped out.
BlackBerry made a few attempts to reenter the smartphone market over the years by selling Android-based smartphones rather than those running its own operating system. Those devices failed to reach mainstream adoption, however, leading BlackBerry to announce that the company would focus on cybersecurity software for enterprise customers instead of making hardware.
For customers still using classic BlackBerry smartphones, the company is providing some information on how the January 4 decommission may impact you and steps you can take to prepare.